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Boko Haram Fighters Surrender Weapons At Gwoza As Troops Fight ISWAP


Boko Haram Fighters Surrender Weapons at Gwoza as Troops battle ISWAP in Malam Fatori

More Boko Haram contenders have given up on Wednesday morning at Gwoza as Nigerian soldiers fight ISWAP psychological oppressors in Malam Fatori this evening.

In spite of ISWAP move to stop the move, Commanders of Boko Haram and their individuals have given up with their weapons to the soldiers in Gwoza pivot.

A tactical insight employable let PRNigeria know that more previous Boko Haram individuals are relied upon to give up before the year’s end.

“Some previous Boko Haram Commanders and their individuals got away from Jaje space of Sambisa woods and willfully gave up to Operation Hadin Kai troops of 192 Battalion sent at Gwoza-Limankara street in Borno State.

“The greater part of them were strongly recruited into the dread gathering without wanting to while they were exceptionally youthful.

“So definitely in excess of 17,000 individuals from Boko Haram have given up regardless of all endeavors of ISWAP to stop the cycle,” the official said.

In the mean time, PRNigeria accumulated that Nigerian Troops on Wednesday evening are fighting ISWAP psychological oppressors at Malam Fatori

Malam Fatori is one of the fortifications of the ISWAP Terrorists and supposedly has their Shura Council. It sits close to the boundary with Niger Republic.

On November 3, PRNigeria revealed how ISWAP Fighters in an unexpected assault had killed individuals from a joint security group who were leading freedom procedure On November 3, PRNigeria detailed how ISWAP Fighters in an unexpected assault killed individuals from a joint security group in Malam Fatori who were directing leeway activities nearby.

The freedom practice was coordinated by Borno Governor Babagana Zulum,

in anticipation of the return and resettlement of north of 50,000 families who escaped from Abadam and took asylum in Bosso, Niger Republic.

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