The military hierarchy, on Friday, told newsmen that it has arrested three suspected female terrorists who it says have been secretly recruiting ladies into the female wing of the Boko Haram sect.
The suspects, Hafsat Usman Bako, Zainab Idris and Aisha Abubakar, were said to have been intercepted while travelling to Madagali, Adamawa State from where they were to transit to the forest to reunite with their cohorts. Investigations carried out by the military revealed that the suspects, led by Hafsat Bako, were on their way to recruit members into the female wing, as well as conduct espionage for the group.
According to the military, Hafsat’s link with the terrorists group had earlier been a subject of investigation in 2012, when security agents on a man-hunt for one Usman Bako, her husband, who was identified as a terrorist, stormed their residence in Jimeta. This is said to have resulted in the discovery of an AK 47 rifle and 2 loaded magazines.
Before the arrest of the trio suspects, the women were hiring ladies especially widows and young girls by enticing them with male suitors who are mainly members of their terror group. The military says it has continued to make good progress in the war against terror.
Click the link below to go to...More Pictures Of Top Celebrities At Stephanie Okereke's 'Fairy Tale' WeddingA WORRYING TREND IN NOLLYWOOD: ACTRESSES PREFER NIGERIANS BASED ABROAD!FRAUD ALERT: Enebeli Elebuwa Does Not Need N5m Hospital BillMore Pictures Of Top Celebrities At Stephanie Okereke's 'Fairy Tale' Wedding