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Nigerian Army ‘Boko Haram Most Wanted List’ And Hot Lines To Report (PHOTO)

By Wires | The Trent on October 29, 2015
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Chief of Army Staff , Maj.-Gen. Tukur Buratai on a tour of villages suffering from Boko Haram attacks, August 23, 2015 (DHQ Photo)

The Nigerian Army has released images of the most wanted members of the terrorist group, Boko Haram.

The images of the wanted members of the sect were boldly displayed on Wednesday, October 28.

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An Image released by the force headquarters, showed the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai alongside some other officers, brandishing a banner in which the faces of the wanted terrorists were displayed.

The photos were released as a means of incorporating public participation which will aid the Army in beating the deadline set by President Muhammedu Buhari.

The posters were launched shortly after the army chief delivered a paper titled “Contemporary Warfare, War Reporting and Dilemma of Military Leadership” at the 3-day Directorate of Army Public Relations(DAPR) study period that ended today.

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An inscription on the banner urged Nigerians to report to the Army if any of the persons on the poster is seen anywhere in public.

The large poster had inscriptions written in various Nigerian languages.

There also were hotlines which the public could quickly dial or text to indicate which of the characters in the numbered photographs they know his or her whereabouts.

The quick dial numbers listed are: 08181555888, 08160030300, 07053333123

It would be recalled that President Buhari set December as the deadline when the reign of terror by the jihadist sect, will be brought to an end.

In keeping to their word and working to beat the stipulated date, the Nigerian military has been carrying out series of raids in the camps of the rebels.

The recent raids by the Army has seen many captives freed from the detention of the secessionists.

With scores of the terrorists being killed at every raid, the Nigerian Military is optimistic that they will beat the time allotted to end the current insurgency within the country.

(via Naij)

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