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Military Secretly Moved 1009 Terrorists To Borno Govt
Following a gathered report, the Nigerian military is said to have freed one thousand nine hundred (1,009) Boko Haram fighters to the Borno State government.
The terrorists, believed to be radicalized members of the sect were successfully conveyed secretly on Wednesday.
Based on information from to top military, it was initially scheduled for an earlier date but was shifted indefinitely by authorities of the Nigerian military prior to the appointment of the new Chief of Army Staff (COAS).
We earlier reported that insurgents operating in the state have appointed a new governor to oversee criminal operations within his scope of jurisdiction.
The new governor is reportedly permitted to collect tax from farmers and make guiding laws.
However, the state governor, Babagan Zulum has refuted the circulated insinuation noting he is still in charge.
The insecurity disturbance in the North continued unabated despite moe by Communication minister, is a Ali Pantami to combat insurgency through linking of NIN and SIM card.
Nigerians continued to express worries, calling on the government to focus on terrorist attacks posed to the Northern region than clamped down on agitators.
Recall, the joint has declared Yoruba agitator, Sunday Igboho wanted after plan to hold in Lagos state. His Ibadan residence was attacked, two slain and many taken to DSS custody.
Similarly, the IPOB leader was reportedly tracked and arrested at his Kenya residence. AGF has blocked giving details on the rearrest but maintained the interest to further his court trial on a felony.