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Boko Haram commander makes shocking revelations about Islamic sect, Chibok girls

Boko Haram commander makes shocking revelations about Islamic sect, Chibok girls

One of the 22 members of the Boko Haram sect, recently arrested by the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, identified as Maita Alhaji Modu, also known as Abu, has revealed how the Chibok girls were kidnapped in 2014.

Abu, a commander of the Islamic sect, Boko Haram, made some shocking revelations on the murderous activities of the sect.

Abu told Vanguard that he was part of the group that carried out the abduction of over 200 schoolgirls from a government secondary school, in Chibok area of Borno State.

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Abu, a 20-year-old Boko Haram commander from Bama Local Government, said that he was equally responsible for moving young girls who were used for suicide bombings from Sambisa Forest into Maiduguri Town.

Abu disclosed that as a commander, he had been fighting for the sect since 2011 and assisted the group in taking over several towns, villages.

He said he also participated in ambush attacks across the Northeastern states of Nigeria and some parts of Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

He disclosed that the leadership of the group usually paid each fighter the sum of N30,000 after each attack.

Narrating how the group carried out the April 2014 Chibok school girls’ attack, he said; “One of our commanders, who received direct orders from our leader, Abubakar Shekau, Bana Chungori, called out over 100 of us and we all assembled at the Sambisa Forest.

“He told us that our leader, Shekau had ordered that we should all go to Chibok Local Government and kidnap some school girls at the school. We couldn’t ask questions, because it was a direct order from Shekau and we all mounted our trucks.

“We had five big military trucks, three Toyota Hilux vans and two Isuzu pickup trucks. We left Sambisa Forest around 5pm that evening and arrived the school around 10pm.

“We surrounded the school when we arrived and when we were certain that there would be no resistance, Chungori gave orders that we should all go in and we found the girls running in fear. We kidnapped many of them and took them away in our trucks.

“When we got to the entrance of the Sambisa Forest, Chungori asked all the foot soldiers and other lower commanders including me to leave the truck because he was to take the girls to Shekau, whose camp was deep inside the forest.

“I didn’t see the girls again because I was not close to Shekau, but I was paid the sum of N30,000 on the day of the kidnapping and I was also given the sum of N60,000 after a set of ransom was paid for the release of the girls.”

Abu said; “sometime in December 2014, two of our top commanders; Bakura and Ibrahim, ordered me to take two girls with suicide vests to Maiduguri town and supervise them until they had detonated their bombs.

“But each time I got to Maiduguri, I would not go into the Metropolis with them and I would leave them at the outskirt of the town and before you knew it they would have detonated their bombs. The first one they did was at Muna garage and the second was at Dalori which was also on the outskirt of Maiduguri town.

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“A member of the group, Adam, who had a taxi in Maiduguri, then called our commander and told him that the suicide bombers I had been bringing in had been unable to enter into the town where they were large crowds of people and since he was a taxi driver, he could always help us locate densely populated areas where people could be killed in larger numbers, if only my commanders would pay him.

“They agreed on N200,000 per mission and each time I took the girls from Sambisa forest, I would take them to Adam, who would then take the girls into Maiduguri metropolis and after each successful attack, I was the person who used to take his money to him.

My commanders used to pay me between N60,000 to N70, 000 after each operation. I wasn’t doing this because of my Islamic faith, I was just doing this because of the money,” he stated

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