by Sonny Jones | International
N'Djamena, Chad - A top Boko Haram leader has reportedly been arrested in N'Djamena, according to media reports.
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and his bodyguards.
Chadian Public Prosecutor, Alghassim Khmis told the media that Baana Fanay, a key Boko Haram leader in charge of trafficing of weapons in Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad was arrested on Sunday in the Chadian capital.
Fanay, alias Mahamat Moustapha, was arrested by security forces after a fierce resistance. He was arrested with two other terrorists.
A search in his house led to "the seizure of different weapons and documents written in Arabic by Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau", Nigeria Camera reports.
A further discovery of seven other terrorists hiding in a house in Diquel, a Dinguessou suburb, on the periphery of N'Djamena. And that a man believed to e the financier of the group was arrested and placed under interrogation, the outcome of which is expected to dismantle Boko Haram network in the country.