Following the arrest of a suspected Boko Haram leader, there is unrest in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.

According to information obtained by Newspot, DSS agents in Ogun State detained the alleged terrorist on Saturday night.

The majority of Abeokuta inhabitants are currently in a panicked state as word of the arrest spread throughout the State capital.

This is in response to reports that terrorists are preparing to target a number of South Western States.

A trustworthy source informed our correspondent on Sunday that the alleged Boko Haram leader had been detained in the city's Ijaye neighborhood.

The alleged terrorist attempted to elude capture at first, but eventually submitted to the DSS's superior might.

According to information obtained, the Boko Haram leader relocated from Katsina to Abeokuta, where he worked as a security guard.

But since then, he had been accumulating information for terrorist attacks.

According to security officials, the individual was in Abeokuta on purpose to establish up terrorist cells for kidnapping and terrorist activities.

Before moving to Abeokuta, he is alleged to have carried out similar actions in Abuja, Kaduna, and Zamfara.

The source added that many of them are still being watched. "However, intelligence gathering gave him out and he was swiftly captured before he succeeded in Abeokuta," the source said.

It was discovered that the DSS continues to hold the Boko Haram commander in captivity.

When reached, Peter Afunanya, the DSS spokesman, did not confirm or deny the arrest.

He replied, "No comment," to a message given to him.

Abimbola Oyeyemi, the spokeswoman for the Ogun police, added that the arrest had not yet been reported to the command.