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UNBELIEVABLE: Six Nigerians Were Blacklisted By U.S For Financing Boko Haram (Details below)



Six Nigerian nationals have been placed on the United States’ list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons as a result of their assistance to Boko Haram. The list was updated on Friday.

According to a statement released by Ned Price, spokesperson for the United States Department of State, ” the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury has added Nigerian nationals Abdurrahman Musa, Salihu Adamu, Bashir Yusuf, Muhammed Isa, Ibrahim Alhassan, and Surajo Muhammad to the list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons. ” ” The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFA

For their involvement in the financing of the activities of the terrorist organization Boko Haram, which has been responsible for disturbance in northeastern Nigeria and surrounding countries for approximately ten years, the six Nigerians were placed on the blacklist.

Since 2009, the group’ s operations in Northern Nigeria have resulted in the deaths of more than 100, 000 people, according to official estimates.

The allegations against Mr Price were brought against him ” in accordance with Executive Order 13224, as modified, ” according to the prosecutor. ” He was accused of providing material assistance, sponsorship, or financial, material, or technological support to Boko Haram, as well as commodities or services to or in support of Boko Haram, ” according to the charge sheet.

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He went on to add that the action taken by the United States was prompted by the indictment and conviction of individuals in the United Arab Emirates for aiding terrorism in their country.

It was on November 14, 2013, that the United States Department of State identified Boko Haram as a foreign terrorist group and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist Organization (SDGTO).

Several individuals were found guilty of suspected financing of a terrorist organization by the Abu Dhabi Federal Court of Appeal in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), according to a report in the Daily Trust.

Along with the life sentences handed down to Surajo Muhammad and Salihu Adamu, the remaining four criminals, Ibrahim Alhassan, AbdurRahman Musa, Bashir Yusuf, and Muhammad Isa, were each sentenced to ten years in prison for their respective crimes. Surajo Muhammad was sentenced to life in prison.

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