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Troop Arrests Wanted Ex-militant Leader For Sabotaging The Economy

Troops of 4 Brigade Nigerian Army have arrested a suspected national economy saboteur, one Mr. Gabriel Ogbudje (an Ex-militant leader), also the alleged leader of the "Otugas Fire Force", a militant group threatening to attack Utorogu Gas Plant. He was alleged to be responsible for the recent act of economic sabotage perpetrated on NPDC/Shoreline major delivery trunk line within Ogo-Oteri general area, Ughelli North Local Government Area, Delta State, on the 26th of last month.

The suspected militant who was trailed, was arrested by troops along Agbor-Abraka road, Edo State on Tuesday 6th September 2016. He has been on the run since he was declared wanted because of his public declaration as the leader of the militant group "Otugas Fire Force" and his subsequent declaration of the threat code named "Crocodile Tears", which was published by the Vanguard and Thisday newspapers on 31st August 2016, while the Brigade was engaged on the military field training exercise nicknamed "Operation Crocodile Smile". Gabriel was arrested along with his accomplice, Mr. Elvis Dweller Ejus.

Both suspects were handed to Operation DELTA SAFE for further interrogation and subsequent handing over to the relevant security agency for prosecutions.


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