- New reports have confirmed that ISWAP and Boko Haram threatened some military officers after the attempted invasion of Kuje prison
- It was established these brave ones Officers led the operation that led to the arrest of some Boko Haram inmates who had escaped from prison
- The arrest came long ago in 2016, when military officers “involuntarily” in retired
Following the infamous attack on Abuja’s Kuje Correctional Facility by dozens of notorious gunmen, a number of arrested Boko Haram members fled the facility .
Recent reports have confirmed that death threats have been received by military officers who captured some of the fleeing Boko Haram inmates.
The military officers who led the arrest of some of these terrorists are Col. Danladi Ribbah Hassan, Col. Auwal Suleiman and Lt. Col. Mohammed Abdulfatai.
ISWAP claims responsibility for attack on Kuje Prison
Over 800 inmates, including high-profile suspects, were found to have been arrested , fled the detention center when the terrorists launched an attack.
Footage released by the terrorist group showed some unidentified gunmen sporadically shooting at others around them to gain access to the facility.
Meanwhile, the legal representative of the military officers whose lives are being threatened by ISWAP and Boko Haram announced that his client received death notices a few hours after the prison break had received.
He stated that his colleagues were not released because they were also being sent death threats.
The Attorney said:
The attorney, who asked for anonymity, lamented that his clients and colleagues launched the operation leading to the murder and which led to the arrest of these terrorists were “involuntarily” left the force.
As reported by Sahara Reporters, who captured PRNigeria’s report, the lawyer expressed surprise that why his clients and colleague are still being reinstated by the current group of military officials despite the court’s ruling in their favor.
< blockquote> “It is gratifying to note that the current Service Chiefs have no objection to the court ruling. Furthermore, they did not stand behind the efforts of my client and his colleagues. But our concern is with the Secretary of Defense. He has refused to act and do what is necessary.”
However, the attorney stated that he will not rest on his ores until justice is served to his client and colleague happened.
President Buhari under pressure as calls for Aregbesola’s sack grow louder
In a Another report urges President Buhari to sack Interior Minister Rauf Aregbesola Kuje prison attack.
The civil society group, the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), called on the President to open a judicial inquiry into the matter.
Nigeria was found to have witnessed over 15 jailbreaks under the direction of Rauf Aregbesola.