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Saturday, 7 October 2017

The Nigerian Armed force Moves 760 Boko Haram suspects to Borno Govt.


The Nigeria Army on Friday said it had exchanged 760 suspected Boko Haram members to Borno Government for reintegration into the general public. Col. Onyema Nwachukwu, the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Theater Command Operation Lafiya Dole, unveiled this in an announcement issued in Maiduguri. Boko Haram members captured Nwachikwu said that the suspects were given over to the administration at the Bulunkutu State Rehabilitation Center, Maiduguri. 

He unveiled that the suspects were captured amid the continuous crackdown on the agitators in the North-East by troops of Operation Lafiya Dole. He clarified that the suspects were cleared after cross examinations and examinations by the Joint Intelligence Center (JIC) of the Theater Command. He included that the suspects were given over to the state government by the Coordinator of the JIC, Brig.- Gen. Abdulrahman Kuliya. 

"The JIC has cleared 760 suspects. The crackdown on Boko Haram fear mongers is yielding positive outcomes, coming full circle in huge lessening in psychological oppressors' exercises in the North-East," the announcement cited Kuliya as saying. 

He approached individuals from people in general to collaborate and give helpful data to security offices on suspicious exercises in their groups.