Just In: UAE Lists 6 Nigerians + 47 Foreign Nationals as Sponsors of Boko Haram, Other Criminal Gangs

 

In what seems to be an end in sight for Boko Haram activities, and other criminal groups in Nigeria, the authorities of the United Arab Emirates, (UAE), has on Monday, graciously labelled at least, 6 (six) Nigerians personalities and 47 other foreign nationals, as the brains behind terrorism in Nigeria.

 

According to WAM news agency, a state run news platform, Emirate federal cabinet, after a meeting in the Abu Dhabi capital, on Monday, made the decision to make the announcement of persons responsible for acts of violence across the country especially in the northern region; among which are 6 Nigerians.

 

Although, the Emirati government is yet to fully identify the Nigerian BH sponsors, and financiers of other criminal gangs, the government of UAE said, the Emirate authorities is under immense pressure not to publish the names of persons behind the senseless attacks, that have, according to reports, killed over 100,000 Nigerians, and inflicted untold economic hardship on the nation since the emergence of the irrational and dastard activities of the sect in the Nigeria space few years back.

 

However, the Emirati government, has on Monday, in a public announcement via the Emirati’s news media, placed these 6 Nigerians personalities on watch list. They are: Abdurrahaman Ado Musa, Salihu Yusuf Adamu, Bashir Ali Yusuf, Muhammed Ibrahim Isa, Ibrahim Ali Alhassan and Surajo Abubakar Muhammad.

 

Other individuals on the watch list, fought culpable of criminal activities bedeviling the West Africa country, Nigeria, are predominantly from these countries: UAE, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, India, Syria, Iran, Great Britain, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Russia, Jordan and some other entities with private businesses ranging from shipping, money exchange, general trading companies, cargo and clearing companies, computer technology companies…

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