Wanted Abu Sayyaf bomb maker confirmed still alive, says ESSCom and Philippines security forces

LAHAD DATU/MANILA, Jan 30 (Bernama): Abu Sayyaf sub-leader and bomb maker, Mudzrimar alias Mundi Sawadjaan, a suspect wanted by the Sabah Eastern Zone Security Command (ESSCom) and reportedly shot dead last May in the Philippines, has been confirmed to be still alive.

ESSCom commander, DCP Hamzah Ahmad said this was confirmed through the sharing of information by the Philippine security forces involving the Joint Task Force Sulu (JTFS) and Western Mindanao Command (J2 WESTMINCOM).

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