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At last, the Defence Headquarters has declared Finland-based factional leader of the proscribed Indegenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Simon Ekpa, wanted for terrorism and seperationist charges.

Ekpa, whose group has allegedly carried out several killings in the Southeast, including the enforcement of mandatory Sit – at – Home was among the 97 person declared wanted in a statement released on Friday by the Defense Headquarters.

The wanted terrorists were accused by the DHQ of terrorism, violent extremism and secessionist threats against the state.

Director Defense Media Operations, Major Gen Edward Buba, confirmed the names and pictures of the people declared wanted in Abuja on Friday night.

The wanted persons, terrorists/ bandits and insurgents commanders are from the North East, North West, North Central and South-East zones.

The military authorities did not however place any bounty on the wanted persons.

A breakdown of the wanted persons shows that 43 were declared wanted in North West Zone which currently battling with security challenges of banditry, and kidnapping among others.

Some bandits/terrorists leaders include: Alhaji Shingi; Malindi Yakubu; Boka ; Dogo Gide; Halilu Sububu; Ado Aliero ; Bello Turji; Dan Bokkolo; Labi Yadi ; Nagala; Saidu Idris; Kachalla Rugga and Sani Gurgu.

Also included in the list are notorious Boko Haram commanders, Abu Zaida; Modu Sulum; Baba Data; Ahmad; Sani Teacher; Baa Sadiq; Abdul Saad; Kaka Abi; Mohammad Khalifa; Umar Tella; Abu Mutahid; Mallam Mohammad; Mallam Tahiru Baga; Uzaiya and Ali Ngule.

In the North Central and South East 21 Insurgents/militants and violent criminals were declared wanted.

They include factional IPOB leader Simon Ekpa; Chika Edoziem; Egede; Zuma, ThankGod Gentle; Flavour ; Mathew; David Ndubuisi ; High Chief Williams Agbor; Ebuka Nwaka; Friday Ojimka.`

Others in the South East include Obiemesi Chukwudi aka Dan Chuk ; David Ezekwem Chidiebube and Amobi Chinonso Okafor aka Temple

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