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Again, Boko Haram fighters surrender in Borno

On Wednesday in Borno, some Boko Haram terrorists resigned their membership in the sect.

They surrendered their weapons and ammo to security forces in the Gwoza axis.

Within the Sambisa Forest, the leaders and footsoldiers had escaped Jaje.

Hadin’s Operation They were apprehended by Kai troops from the 192nd Battalion stationed on the Gwoza-Limankara road.

Many terrorists are forced conscripted at an early age, according to an intelligence officer who spoke to PRNigeria.

“Despite ISWAP efforts to halt them, over 17,000 members of Boko Haram have surrendered so far,” the source claimed.

More submissions are expected by the end of 2021, according to the military.

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Soldiers also confronted terrorists from the Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) near Malam Fatori on Wednesday.

The Shura Council is based in the area near the Niger Republic border, which is one of the terror group’s strongholds.

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