Wednesday, 10 February 2016

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DSS Arrests Nigerian student Recruiting Terrorists For ISIS in Kano

 
The Department of State Services in Abuja on Tuesday arrested a 400-level undergraduate of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Abdussalam Yunusa, who was recruiting for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

A statement issued by the spokesperson for the security agency, Mr. Tony Opuiyo, said that the suspect was arrested in Kano. His Statement Below...
The arrest of the suspect was sequel to available intelligence, which he said indicated the suspect’s terrorist antecedents and covert drive to indoctrinate and recruit susceptible youths in the country.

The statement said, “On January 17, 2016 one Abdussalam Yunusa, a recruiter for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria was arrested in Kano.

“His arrest was sequel to available intelligence which indicated his terrorism antecedents and covert drive to indoctrinate and recruit susceptible youths in the country.”

Before his arrest, Opuiyo said that Yunusa had completed arrangements to embark on a journey to join an ISIS terrorist training camp in Libya, with other Nigerians whom he recruited for the group.
He gave the names of the recruited ones as Muhammed Rabi’u, Yahaya Jimoh and a female, Zainab Sunday.

Yunusa was said to have listed a Republic of Niger national, Ibrahim Jihad, and one Aminu as other ISIS agents operating in Nigeria and West African.

The cell was said to be funded by one Abu-sa’ad Al Sudani, a media expert with the extremist group.

The statement said the group was funding terrorist activities through electronic money transfers.

-Punch NG

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