SSS declares ex-soldier wanted over Madalla bombing

This is Habibu Bama, says the SSS

The Department of State Security Service,(SSS) has declared one Habibu Bama wanted in respect of the bomb attack at St Theresa’s Catholic Church, Madalla, on Christmas Day last year which claimed the lives of over 40 persons.

The Deputy Director, Public Relations, of the DSS, Ms Marilyn Ogar, who signed a press release on the declaration, also said the suspect has other aliases such as Habib Bama, Shuabu Bama and Habib Mamman. Ms Ogar said Mr. Bama is Kanuri by tribe and hails from Bama local government of Borno state.

“HABIBU BAMA is an ex-soldier, Kanuri by tribe and hails from Bama, Borno State. He is also known by the following names; i.  Habib BAMA; ii.  Shuaibu BAMA; and iii. Habib MAMMAN.” Said Ms Ogar

Members of the public with any information that could lead to his arrest are hereby implored to immediately contact the nearest Police Station, Military formation or any other security agency, please,” Ms Ogar added



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