Top Boko Haram Commander Says Leader Shekau Has Escaped To Neighbouring Country, Cameroon
Abdullahi Bello alias Abu Zainab, a major Boko Haram commander has disclosed where the insurgents’ leader, Abubakar Shekau is hiding.
Abdullahi was captured by the Nigerian Army on February 14, after they were forced out of their deadly hideout, Sambisa Forest.
The top insurgent commander disclosed that the wanted factional leader of the sect, Abubakar Shekau, has escaped to Kolofata in neighbouring Cameroon.
Abdullahi was arrested in Bauchi while fleeing to Kano. The captured commander was said to have told the army that he and other commanders were forced out of Sambisa Forest due to the offensive by the military troops involved in Operation Deep Punch 2, Sahara Reporters, citing military sources.
In previous development, Nigeria news had reported that Nigerian Army places a #3m bounty on wanted Boko Haram leader, Shekau.