Skip to main content

Boko Haram Terrorist Arrested In Ondo State (Photo)

Wanted Boko Haram terrorist, Idris Ibrahim Babawo a.k.a “Idiko” or “Nagada”, has been arrested by the Ondo State Police Command.

The suspected Boko Haram terrorist believed to be the man on serial number 165 on the ‘wanted Boko Haram terrorists list‘, was on Sunday 24th September 2017 at about 2.00pm.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the terrorist kingpin is from Chinade village, Katagum LGA of Bauchi State, escaped from the North East due to military onslaught on the terrorists, with a view to evade arrest and prosecution.

The Ondo State Police Command, handed him over to the 32 Brigade, 2 Division, Nigerian Army, at about 2.00pm on Monday 25th September 2017 by the Ondo State Command of the Nigeria Police.

Source :

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

FG and labor leaders to meet today over planned strike action against increased pump price

The Federal government, leaders of the Nigeria Labor Congress NLC ‎and Trade Union allies will be meeting today May 16th to discuss on the planned strike action by the Labor congress. The labor leaders on Saturday May 14th gave FG till midnight of Tuesday May 17th to revert to the old pup price of petrol of N86.50 or face a total strike that may begin on Wednesday May 18th.

The Federal government and Labor leaders' meeting will hold at the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation in Abuja by 10am..

Those expected at the meeting include Minister of Labor Chris Ngige, leaders of NLC, TUC, Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, and their Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, PENGASSAN counterpart.

Badoo Srine Discovered,Alaka Abayomi Of Alaka Petroleum Apprehended(Video)

The Nigerian police SARS, IRT and RRS, has arrested a popular independent oil marketer of Alaka petroleum Alhaji Abayomi Alaka . Following investigations of the recent killing of a family of five over the weekend , kudos to the gallant men of the Nigerian police