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Tuesday, 8 September 2015

No Qu’ran was found in Boko Haram camps but sex enhancing drugs, condoms –Army

Following Army Headquarters directives to troops in the North East for a painstaking search of motorists and cargoes, troops of the 3 Division of the Nigerian Army have intercepted and arrested some kingpins and foot soldiers of suppliers of Boko Haram terrorists with hard drugs and other stimulants.Major Drugs And Logistics Suppliers To #BokoHaram Terrorists Intercepted By Troops http://t.co/1JKhNEIrsVThe arrests were carried out between Depchi and Geidam in Geidam Local Government Area of Yobe State on Tuesday.Major Drugs And Logistics Suppliers To #BokoHaram Terrorists Intercepted By Troops http://t.co/1JKhNEIrsV
The arrested persons also engaged in the supply of fuel in addition to hard drugs such as Cannabis (Indian Hemp), Chlorofone substance (popularly known as Madaran suck and die) and Tramol, amongst others.Boko Haram drug suppliers:The Punch

 According to a statement by the Acting Director of Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Usman, most of the Boko Haram terrorists captured by the Nigerian military cannot read the Holy Qur’an, adding: “Some of them cannot even recite the first chapter – Suratuh Al-Fatiha – and yet they claimed they wanted to establish an ‘Islamic State’.
“When the Nigerian military captured their bases and training camps, they never found Qur’an or other Islamic books, what were mostly found were ammunitions, local charms, condoms and all sort of drugs including sex enhancing ones in their enclaves.
“The arrest of these drug suppliers has reinforced that fact, more so as they have been making very useful statements.Nigerian Military Repels Boko Haram in Biu; Recover Anti-Aircraft Guns
 “The Nigerian Army would continue to do its best in the fight against terrorism and insurgency in our country in order to make Nigeria safe and secure.
“This however, requires continuous support and cooperation of the public. We always welcome and appreciate information that could lead to the arrest and pre-empting the Boko Haram terrorists and other criminal elements in the society.”
By Segun Adebowale, reporting for The EagleOnline.

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