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BREAKING:Boko Haram Dares Nigerian Army, Holds Eid-el-Fitr Prayer Openly [Photos]

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A group of Boko Haram sponsored by the Islamic State (IS), the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), has delivered photos of fear mongers noticing Eid-el-Fitr petitions at various areas in Nigeria region.

Naija News reports that Eid-el-Fitr was commended by most Muslim devoted across the globe on May 13.



The agitators earlier referred to as Jamā’at Ahl as-Sunnah top Da’wah wa’l-Jihād were found in photos got by SaharaReporters in around four gatherings imploring together in open fields.

Boko Haram fear mongers have executed thousands and uprooted millions in North-Eastern Nigeria.

The Nigerian military has over and again asserted that the uprising had been generally crushed and much of the time underplays any misfortunes.

In the previous months, the agitators have focused on warriors who lay snare on their way.

Many fighters and officials have been supposedly executed since January 2021.

In the interim, the Nigerian Army has supposedly reviewed every one of its officials right now on investigation leave in common foundations the nation over.

A spilled reminder by the Nigerian Army Headquarters, Department of Army Training, Abuja, dated May 11, said that the choice was taken to handle the heightened rebellion in the North.



The notice was endorsed by Brigadier General I. An Ajose in the interest of the Chief of Army Staff, Major General Ibrahim Attahiru, and named, ‘Exception of Ex Boys (NMS) from Personnel Affected by Directive on Suspension of NA Sponsorship to Civil Institutions.’

The notice was referred to AHQ DA/G7/230/164 and routed to the Ministry of Defense, Office of the National Security Adviser, Defense Headquarters, and Nigerian Defense Academy.



The other armed force developments the notice was shipped off are: National Defense College, Abuja; Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna State; Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Center, Lagos; Defense Intelligence Agency, Abuja; Defense Space Administration; Defense Industries Corporation of Nigeria; and the base camp of the Training and Doctrine Command.

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