The trial of Boko Haram members continued on Tuesday at the Federal High Court sitting in Wawa, Niger State.
During the trial of one of the members of the outlawed group, the court found one Abba Umar guilty of four terrorism-related charges.
He was sentenced to 60 years in prison for the roles he played in the proscribed sect, including an act of terrorism on Bama community, Gwoza, and military barracks in Borno State, where people were killed and arms and ammunition carted away.
Umar was arrested on May 27, 2014, while attempting to bomb Gombe Pilot Secondary School where the remote control of the bombs failed to function.
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