Global Upfront Newspapers
Cover News

Arrested ISWAP Collaborator In Army Kills Self In Custody

A soldier who was nabbed for collaborating with Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists has killed himself while being escorted back to the barrack.

Sources confirmed that the soldier, who served with one the Battalions of the Nigerian Army in the North-East was discovered by military intelligence operatives for his involvements in recent attacks on brothels and beer parlours in the area.

According to the source, “he (soldier) was involved in recent attacks in Geidam and Gashua communities in Yobe State.

“He was apprehended while attempting to escape after he learnt that his movements and activities with terrorists have been discovered by the intelligence service.

“After being handcuffed, he skillfully snatched a gun from one of the escorts and killed himself.

“Meanwhile, investigation is ongoing to nab other suspects within the service.”

PRNigeria.

Advertize With Us

See Also

FIRS appoint banks to freeze, recover N1.8 trillion tax from accounts of Multichoice Nigeria, Multichoice Africa

Global Upfront

U.S. Seabase completes anti-piracy exercise with Nigerian, Ghana and Spanish navies off Nigeria’s coast, Gulf of Guinea waters

Global Upfront

Nigeria: Troops Destroy Boko Haram/ISWAP Illegal Market in Damask, Kill 3 Terrorists

Global Upfront

The 5 Biggest Red Flags That a Friend or Partner Can’t Be Trusted, According to Psychotherapists

Global Upfront

House of Reps, NBA to collaborate on enacting new law against Police brutality, other issues

Global Upfront

Royal Marines commandos force US troops into a humiliating surrender just days into mass training exercise in Mojave desert

Global Upfront

MNJTF assures surrendered Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists of “humane treatment”

Global Upfront

Nigeria’s WTO candidate, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, looks to bridge the US-China schism

Global Upfront

Despite U.S. Army’s technology advances, some troops still struggle with internet access

Global Upfront

IPOB Says Church Abduction Of Uche Nwosu Exposes Real Masterminds Of Insecurity In Imo State

Global Upfront

This website uses Cookies to improve User experience. We assume this is OK...If not, please opt-out! Accept Read More