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BREAKING: Borno gets new terrorism governor, Abba
The building of insecurity within the Northern part of Nigeria, particularly Borno state, keeps getting to the peak despite the continued series of military operations in the region.
According to gathered reports, the joint group of ICYMI/Boko Haram/ISWAP is said to have appointed a new executive governor, Abba Kaka to oversee their illegal activities in the state.
PR Nigeria had reported, the governor, Kaka will be in charge of Tumbumma, with expanded jurisdiction on Marte, kukawa, Abadam, Magumeri, and other areas of the Lake Chad region.
It further stressed the new leader would maintain a working synergy with Abubakar Dan-Buduma who will serve as the Operation Commander within Timbuktu Triangle.
The report additionally revealed the new government will continue the structure of a normal government by imposing taxes on farmers running fishing and farming activities in the area.
However, Abba’s administration will establish its own judiciary, the information added.
Meanwhile, the two agitators of Igbo and Yoruba extraction are currently under the federal government net.
Nnamdi Kanu who has sustained a call for a sovereign state of Biafra through a referendum was arrested a week ago and detained under DSS facility following a Court order.
Sunday Igboho similarly has been declared wanted after joint security operatives raided Soko Ibadan home killing two and arresting over ten persons.
Nigerians have called on the government to redirect attention to the terrorists dominating and overtaking communities in the North than shutting off and clamp down on peaceful protesters.