Nine Boko Haram Terrorists Surrender To Army

Nine Boko Haram Terrorists Surrender To Army
Chris Steven, Abuja
Ravaged by hardship and hunger, nine Boko Haram terrorists have surrender to Operation Lafiya Dole, the Army authority has said.

 
A statement issued in Abuja on Sunday by Sani Kukasheka, Army Spokesperson, revealed that three acclaimed Boko Haram terrorists on Saturday, July 22, 2017 willingly surrendered themselves to troops of 27 Task Force Brigade of Operation LAFIYA DOLE at Buni Yari, Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe State.

“At the early hours saturday 22nd July 2017, 3 acclaimed suspected Boko Haram terrorists, Usman Ali, aged 22, Ibrahim Matukur, aged 13 and Usman Hussaini aged 25, willingly surrendered themselves to troops of 27 Task Force Brigade of Operation LAFIYA DOLE at Buni Yari, Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe State.
Those that surrendered include  Usman Ali, aged 22, Ibrahim Matukur, aged 13 and Usman Hussaini aged 25. Others are, Ali Baba, 25 years, Modu Wakil, 15 years, Usman Mahamadu, 47 years, Goni Bukar, 50 years, Modu Konto, 20 years and Isah Ali, 25 years old” said Kukasheka, a Bridagier General.
 He explained that the terrorists revealed duringg preliminary investigation that they belong to Mamman Nur faction of the Boko Haram terrorists group.
“The said that they deliberately surrendered because they had realized their folly and no longer wish to continue with the criminal terrorists and insurgents activities. Furthermore, they  stated that they escaped from the terrorists hideout at Buk village in Damboa Local Government Area of Borno state, adding that there were many more Boko Haram fighters willing to surrender because of untold hardship they suffer, ” he said
 He disclosed that the terrorists have pleaded for sympathy and forgiveness from members of the community restating that they were misguided and deceived all these years to believing they were fighting a just cause.
“They urged that the military authorities make concerted efforts  to reach out to other terrorists in the forest since they were willing to surrender”, Kukasheka added