OFFICER OF NIS,A TOP MEMBER OF BOKO HARAM IN JTF NET

By Bankole Jamgbadi

According to a statement by the Joint Task Force spokesman, Lt. Col Sagir Musa, an officer of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Ahmed Grema Mohammed has confessed to being a high profile member of the dreaded terrorist group Boko Haram.

Mohammed was apprehended by JTF in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital in August 2012 while on his way to kill a former special adviser to the immediate past governor of the state.

In the statement by Musa:

“Mohammed confessed to be actively involved in the killings of some senior civil servants, security agents, and politicians in Damaturu who spoke against the activities of Boko Haram, particularly the former chairman of Damboa Council, Alhaji Lawal Kawu.

“He also took part in the attack on the old Police Headquarters in Damaturu, where some policemen were killed and large quantity of arms and ammunition carted away.

“In addition, he was among the terrorists that attacked Damaturu Prison, burnt some primary schools, the State CID office and the Police Safety Vehicle, among others.

“The suspect revealed to JTF that he and 15 other members of the organization were intensively trained for three months on G3 and AK 47 rifles, as well as in assassinations and special operations in Niger Republic.

“He also revealed names of some security personnel that participated in terrorists’ attacks in Borno and Yobe states.”

The security personnel whom Mohammed exposed to be members of the sect have been arrested, while others are on trial by security agencies.

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