Boko Haram45 members of terror group remanded in prison over foiled Lagos attack

The court gave the order on Friday, October 23, after the accused were arraigned by the Department of States Services (DSS).

Suspected members of Boko Haram, numbering 45, have been ordered by a Lagos Magistrate Court to be remanded in KiriKiri prison.

The court gave the order on Friday, October 23, after the accused were arraigned by the Department of States Services (DSS).

The DSS told the court that the suspects were arrested following an intelligence report on their planned attacked on Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos.

The attack was foiled by operatives of the security agency, and arms were recovered from them.

According to the charge, filed before the court, the suspects included Abuyi Sheriff, Babagana Ali, Abass Ibrahim, Abubaka Grema, Kabiri Ibrahim, Mustaph Mohammed, Usman Mohammed, Modu Amsami, Isa Agafi, Adamu Jebili and Saja Kamba.

Others were Abba Sagoma, Mallam Buchu, Abdul-Kareem Abba, Babagana Koloye, Usman Buka, Adamu Mohammed, Lawal Mohammed, Tela Abana, Mustapha Mohammed, Isa Agafi, Belo Modu, Kachala Babagana, Modu Abu, and Alhaji Modu Mustapha.

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