Wednesday, 9 July 2014

EXPOSED: How Nigerian Soldiers Entered Boko Haram Kingpin’s Home In Kaduna

* The rented house of Boko Hama's kingpin in Kaduna
                                                  The rented house of Boko Hama’s kingpin in Kaduna




The Defense Headquarters in Abuja has revealed how Nigerian military men gained entrance into the home of a Boko Haram kingpin reportedly killed during a shootout in Kaduna, the capital of Kaduna State on Sunday, 6 July, 2014.
Sahara Reporters, quoting a senior military officer, stated that the security operatives had to dig a tunnel to gain entry into the home of the Boko Haram kingpin before he was killed in an exchange of gunfire at his home located in the Kinkinau area of Kaduna town.
According to the report, the military officer disclosed that the Islamist kingpin and a few lower level terrorists had fled Boko Haram’s violence-prone northeast to different locations before arriving in Kaduna where they resettled with their families.


It was gathered that terrorist kingpin and his cohorts had adapted themselves into their community in Kaduna before they were discovered and their eventual death.
The unnamed source informed that the deceased had started gathering guns and explosives-manufacturing
ingredients before security agents traced them to their location based on vital information revealed by Boko Haram militants under military detention.
The officer added that Nigerian troops fighting Boko Haram deserved commendation instead of unjustifiable criticism.
While pointing to the house where the late Islamist terrorist kingpin was found and killed, the military source said: “You can now see the sacrifice our troops are making for the preservation of Nigeria’s sovereignty and territory. The terrorists were hiding here for months until our breakthrough."


* Inside the building
 Inside the building in Kaduna

The officer added: “Our soldiers had to dig a hole to enter the house as you can see. The [Boko Harm] men gave our soldiers a tough time, but we triumphed over them.”
While declining to answer some questions thrown at him, the source stated: “I have brought you here from Abuja to see what we have done, because the men we killed here had their hands in several severe attacks carried out by [Boko Haram] in the northeast and other parts of the North.
"Just imagine what they would have done in Kaduna and surrounding areas if they were able to establish a footing here.”
The officer pointed out that the Nigerian Army was making greater use of intelligence gathering and deploying other innovative methods in its campaign to combat the attacks of Boko Haram insurgents.
Meanwhile, the Nation reports that several school certificates and SIM cards were recovered from the building where the Boko Haram suspect was captured.
According to the report, when newsmen visited the scene there were blood stains and several bullet holes on the wall and ceiling.

* One of the holes dug into the building to capture the terrorists
           One of the holes dug into the building to capture the terrorists


It was gathered that terrorist kingpin and his cohorts had adapted themselves into their community in Kaduna before they were discovered and their eventual death.
The unnamed source informed that the deceased had started gathering guns and explosives-manufacturing
ingredients before security agents traced them to their location based on vital information revealed by Boko Haram militants under military detention.
The officer added that Nigerian troops fighting Boko Haram deserved commendation instead of unjustifiable criticism.
While pointing to the house where the late Islamist terrorist kingpin was found and killed, the military source said: “You can now see the sacrifice our troops are making for the preservation of Nigeria’s sovereignty and territory. The terrorists were hiding here for months until our breakthrough."



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