Sep 21, 2021

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UAE puts six Nigerians with ties to Boko Haram on terrorist list —

The Cabinet of the United Arab Emirates on Monday issued Resolution No. 83 of 2021, which added a total of 38 individuals and 15 entities to its approved list of people and organizations supporting Boko Haram and other terrorist purposes / p>

Nigerians on the UAE terrorism list were Abdurrahaman Ado Musa, Salihu Yusuf Adamu, Bashir Ali Yusuf, Muhammed Ibrahim Isa, Ibrahim Ali Alhassan and Surajo Abubakar Muhammad.

The six people became already tried and convicted in the United Arab Emirates.

Other foreign nationals on the list are Ahmed Mohammed Abdulla Mohammed Alshaiba Alnuaimi (UAE), Mohamed Saqer Yousif Saqer Al Zaabi (UAE), Hamad Mohammed Rahmah Humaid Alshamsi (UAE), Saeed Naser Saeed Naser Alteneiji (UAE), Hassan Hussain Tabaja (Lebanon), Adham Hussain Tabaja (Lebanon), Mohammed Ahmed Musaed Saeed (Yemen), Hayder Habeeb Ali (Iraq), Basim Yousuf Hussein Alshaghanbi (Iraq), Sharif Ahmed Sharif Ba Alawi (Yemen).

Others are Manoj Sabharwal Om Prakash (India), Rashed Saleh Saleh Al Jarmouzi (Yemen), Naif Nasser Saleh Aljarmouzi (Yemen) , Zubiullah Abdul Qahir Durani (Afghanistan), Suliman Saleh Salem Aboulan (Yemen), Adel Ahmed Salem Obaid Ali Badrah (Yemen), Ali Nasser Alaseeri (Saudi Arabia), Fadhl Saleh Salem Altayabi (Yemen), Ashur Omar Ashur Obaidoon (Yemen ), Hazem Mohsen Farhan + Hazem Mohsen Al Farhan (Syria), Mehdi Azizollah Kiasati (Iran), Farshad Jafar Hakemzadeh (Iran), Seyyed Reza Mohmmad Ghasemi (Iran), Mohsjat Hassan Kargarhodran), Ibrahim Mahmood Ahmed Mohammed (Iran), Osama Housen Dughaem (Syria), Alaa Khanfurah – Alaa Abdulrazzaq Ali Khanfurah – Alaa Alkhanfurah (Syria), Fadi Said Kamar (Great Britain), Walid Kamel Awad (St. Kitts and Nevis), Khaled Walid Awad (St. Kitts and Nevis), Imad Khallak Kantakdzhi (Russia) and Mouhammad Ayman Tayseer Rashid Marayat (Jordan).

The United Arab Emirates News Agency underlined that the resolution underscored the country’s commitment to terrorism financing networks and related activities.

The res olution requires that regulators call any person or entity that has or is associated with a financial, commercial or technical relationship , monitor and identify and take the necessary action in less than 24 hours in accordance with local law.

Six Nigerians detained for Boko Haram funding
In April 2019, the Abu Dhabi Federal Court of Appeals sentenced both Surajo Abubakar Muhammad and Saliuh Yusuf Adamu to life imprisonment and subsequent deportation Sentenced to 10 years in prison, followed by deportation.

The court found her guilty of setting up a Boko Haram cell in the UAE to raise funds and material aid for the insurgents in Nigeria. < / p>

In December 2019, a supreme federal court in the UAE also dismissed an appeal by the six Nigerians and upheld the appeals court’s judgment.

The Nigerians are said to be in favor of up to 800,000 US dollars between 2015 and 2016 from Boko Haram.

Is Nigeria ready to nominate Boko Haram sponsors?
According to an AFP report, the Boko Haram riot killed over 40,000 people and displaced two million.

A former deputy director of the Department of State Services, Nigeria’s secret police, Dennis Amachree, claimed the US had been the Supporting Nigeria, especially in the fight against terrorism, and stated that the question was whether the federal government would accept the current gesture.

“Are we ready to arrest and prosecute these sponsors when they are exposed? Are we just going to lock them up as has been done in the past? These are the concerns and Americans could lose interest if we don’t take it seriously, ”Amachree said in a report. the government knows the sponsors of Boko Haram.

Olawunmi said he interrogated a senior member of the Buhari government and found him involved in Boko Haram in 2007/2008.