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Troops of 301 Artillery Regiment (General Support) have arrested 2 suspected Boko Haram Terrorists fuel suppliers in Nafada, Gombe State.

Soldiers nab Boko Haram fuel suppliers in Gombe

Chukwu said the suspects, who are currently in military custody for further investigation and helping investigators to arrest other members of their group, would be handed over to the police as soon as the army concludes its investigation, even as he called on the public to be vigilant and report suspicious activities to security agencies
Troops of 301 Artillery Regiment (General Support) have arrested 2 suspected Boko Haram Terrorists fuel suppliers in Nafada, Gombe State.

Nigerian Army arrests suspected Boko Haram fuel suppliers

The Nigerian Army has announced the arrest of two persons suspected of supplying fuel to Boko Haram terrorists located in Nafada area of Gombe State.

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