Lagos - One of the financiers of the Boko Haram sect has been sentenced to ten years in prison with hard labour by a Federal High Court in Lagos, Channels reports.
Though details of the trial are still sketchy as the proceedings were conducted in secret, the Boko Haram financier was one of the four suspects arraigned before Justice Saliu Saidu by the Department of State Services (DSS).
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The accused persons include Adamu Mohammed, Mohammed Mustapha, Bura Husseni and Mohammed Ibrahim reportedly set free by Justice Saidu.
Justice Ibrahim Buba, also of the Federal High Court in Lagos, had sentenced three members of the sect to 25 years each, after finding them guilty of belonging to the outlawed fundamentalist group, Boko Haram.
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