BREAKING: Nigerian Military Declares Foreigner, Halilu Buzu, Wanted For Terrorism, Photo Emerges

TheTalk.NG journalist Ridwan Adeola Yusuf has over 9 years of experience covering public journalism and security matters.

Gusau, Zamfara state – The Nigerian military on Thursday, May 16, declared one Halilu Buzu wanted for terrorist activities, cattle rustling, illegal arms supplies, and illegal mining.

Announcing this in Abuja at the bi-weekly media briefing of the defence media operations, Major-General Edward Buba, director of defence media operations, said Buzu, who is an indigene of Niger Republic, resides in a forest in Zamfara state, and often escapes to the French-speaking nation after striking in Nigeria.

Channels Television noted the update from the defence headquarters.

General Buba, however, said the military is working with its counterparts from the Niger Republic, to ensure the arrest of the suspected terrorist.

Buzu is said to command lots of armed loyalists.

Nigeria’s battle with terrorists in northern region

TheTalk.NG reports that insecurity, which has spread across Nigeria, is a major issue for citizens.

Thousands of people, especially in the northern part of the country, have died in the conflict between terrorists and the Nigerian army since it began several years ago.

The fighting has spilled over to neighbouring Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

In March, Nigeria’s defence chief, General Chris Musa, lamented that the military was being fed bad intelligence by informants, hampering the fight against armed kidnapping gangs.

Musa also stated that the military is too stretched.

More to follow…

Source: TheTalk.NG


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