The Nigerian Army has given subtleties of Boko Haram and Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) individuals who gave up this month.
Onyema Nwachukwu, Director of Public Relations, in an articulation on Monday, said scores of fear mongers handed themselves over somewhere in the range of 2 and 4 August, 2021.
The representative noticed that the advancement has caused trepidation in the factions’ camps.
The armed force said the withdrawal of top officers and infantrymen has exhausted the strength and battling effectiveness of jihad groups.
Nwachukwu affirmed more warriors gave up with their families at Mafa Local Government Area on 14 August.
A complete of 186, involving 67 grown-up guys, 54 grown-up females and 65 youngsters gave up to troops of Operation HADIN KAI at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Ajiri.
Led by their Amir, Manye Aga, they presented a few AK 47 rifles, magazines, a privately made gun and 8 privately created daggers.
On 15 August, the Theater Command took care of another bunch of contenders, including 4 grown-up guys, 11 grown-up females and 18 children.
They rose up out of Landanli, Azah, Ngaridua and Kondilla towns and strolled to troops of 151 Task Force Battalion, Banki Junction in Bama.
The military noticed ISWAP has decided on promulgation through AMAQ Terrorists Media Wing to depict itself as a powerful power in the North-East.
“ISWAP is on the way to terms with the truth of its present situation, which contrarily affects its preparing”, the assertion added.
DAILY POST had revealed that around 1,500 fear based oppressors and their families surrendered in the last four months.
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