Aftermath of another heavy defeat of Boko Haram terrorists who Vanguard gathered launched another attack weekend on Konduga in a bid to reclaim the dead body of the impostor of Abubakar Shekau, (Mohammed Bashir), the military has arrested a foreign computer expert who is said to be behind the several video shots sent to online media organization and foreign media houses.
He was said to have been arrested with some
sophisticated equipment and copies of some of the videos the terrorists
had sent to online media houses on their escapades including that of
the abducted Chibok girls, iy was leant.
disclosed that the computer analyst who is currently being interrogated
was responsible for configuring computer images website and internet
accesses that enables the group fight media and psychological
Sources said he was arrested after a shootout when a
group of the sect members mobilized and attacked Konduga with a view to
recovering the body of the impostor for burial in a site they would
later earmark as their shrine.
Vanguard further gathered that the
foreigner has made shocking confessional statements about the
terrorist’s plans and modus operandi as well as their backers that would
aid the troop’s fast track the routing of the Boko Haram insurgency.
have made a very big break through; the computer analyst is opening up
and has made very big revelations on the modus operandi of the sect”.
also discovered that the ICT expert is the back bone of the signals and
communication links of late impersonator, Mohammed Bashir who always
poses as Abubakar Shekau, whenever he is talking on “U” tube”.
the breakthrough, the military is said to be better informed on how the
Impostor of Shekau was able to reach out to the world and claim victory
over Nigerian troops after several attacks.
that there is a successor crisis in the camp of the terrorists resulting
from the death of most of their commanders by troops in Konduga,
Vanguard learnt that some terrorists are yet to be disarmed because they
were yet to come to terms that their erstwhile leader, Shakau has been