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Amidst attacks by Boko Haram, FG set to reintegrate 603 repentant terrorists into communities
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603 repentant Boko Haram warriors are expected to be reintegrated into their communities in July undergoing de-radicalised exercise.
The defence headquarters revealed on Thursday, June 11, that the six hundred and three repentant insurgents who’re nonetheless undergoing classes on the Deradicalisation, Rehabilitation, and Reintegration (DRR) programme could be integrated after efficiently finishing the scheme, NAN reports.
The representative for the defence headquarters, Major-General John Enenche, stated the DRR programme which is under Operation Safe Corridor (OPSC), has documented tremendous achievement judging from the indications from last trainees.
He illustrated an instance of a trainee called Bama, who read up barbing as a vocation is fortunately married with children.
Enenche stated thus far, 893 past insurgents have been accepted in the programme out of which 280 been successfully reintegrated back into the society.
He is revealed that the project was supervised by the outlay of International Humanitarian and Human Rights Laws.
The spokesperson advised Nigerians to ignore the misinformation concerning the programme
In the meantime, in keeping with the most recent submission of Nigeria’s Senate president, Ahmad Lawan, Boko Haram now operates in the country just like an industry.
Lawan who said on Thursday, June 11, disclosed that the terror organization now has its components from a number of religions and nations, AIT News reported.
The Senate leader bemoaned that regardless of numerous resolutions and efforts have given rise to by the senate, the insurgents are nonetheless thriving in their enterprise of inflicting agony and putting terror within the minds of Nigerians.