Troops Capture Mastermind Behind Deadly Taraba Village Attack

Troops Capture Mastermind Behind Deadly Taraba Village Attack

In a significant breakthrough, troops of the 6 Brigade Nigerian Army/Sector 3 Operation WHIRL STROKE (OPWS) have apprehended the terrorist mastermind responsible for the devastating attack on Mararaban Azagawa Village in Taraba State.

 The attack, which occurred on June 16, 2024, resulted in the tragic loss of five lives and numerous injuries.

Acting swiftly on credible intelligence, the troops launched a special operation and successfully arrested the ringleader, Hassan Ibrahim, alias Godu, 39 years old. Items recovered from him include a Dane Gun, cartridges, and a motorcycle belonging to one of the victims.

 The troops' prompt response and effective intelligence gathering led to the successful capture of the terrorist mastermind, bringing a sense of relief to the affected community.

Hassan Ibrahim has confessed to his involvement in the attack and is currently cooperating with authorities, providing valuable information to help capture his collaborators. 

The commander of 6 Brigade Sector 3 OPWS, Brigadier General Kingsley Chidiebere Uwa, has commended the public for their support and urged continued collaboration to eliminate criminal activities in Taraba State.

The Nigerian Army's commitment to protecting lives and property is evident in this successful operation. The troops' tireless efforts to ensure the safety of Taraba State have led to this significant achievement, marking a crucial step towards restoring peace and security in the affected community. 
The arrest of the terrorist mastermind serves as a warning to criminal elements that the Nigerian Army will not tolerate any form of terrorism or criminality.

The troops' success is a testament to their dedication and bravery, and their efforts have saved countless lives.

 The Nigerian Army remains committed to protecting the citizens of Taraba State and will continue to work tirelessly to ensure the safety and security of the region.

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