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Kano JTF Seize 7 Truck Loads Of Empty Drink Cans



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Bombs recovered in Kano in January 2012

The Joint Task Force [JTF] based in Kano State, today, recovered empty cans of soft drinks in an undisclosed area within the Kano metropolis. This is according to information made available to 247ureports.com through sources within the JTF. The empty cans were loaded onto 7 trucks and taken away by the JTF. It is not certain where the empty cans were recovered from – or where they were taken to.

The recovered/discovery of the empty cans followed the Nigeria military task force (JTF) arrest of a high-profile Boko Haram operational commander, along with his wife and five children, during a raid at his residence on Farawa Babban Layi Street in the northwest Nigerian city of Kano.

The arrested operation commander was identified by Nigerian authorities as Suleiman Mohammed, a Yoruba tribe member from Ogbomosho in  southwest Nigeria. Sophisticated weapons were recovered during the raid, including a rifle, 10 improvised explosive devices (IEDs), three pistols, and 1,000 rounds of live ammunition. No shots were fired during the raid on Mr. Mohammed’s home.

State police commissioner Ibrahim Idris confirmed the arrest of the sect leader, adding that “the arrest came after a tipoff by the society agencies, through the information from the general public of suspicious movement of the people into the sect leader house.”

“Yes, security agencies successfully arrested the top sect leader in the state, whom we’ve alleged to be the operational commander of the sect in the state. {The] investigation commences after the arrest,” Mr. Idris told reporters.

He explained that the security agencies suspect the arrested sect leader was behind a series of attacks against security forces, Christian churches, and the killing of other innocent citizens.

Police say that they have recovered more than a dozen IEDs from the premises of  Bayero University since the bomb attack of April 29 at the university.

Lt. Ikedichi Iweha, the spokesman of the joint military task force (JTF), also confirmed the arrest of the sect top profile leader.

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