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Mass Surrender Of Boko Haram Fighters Is Not Too Far – Presidency

Mass Surrender Of Boko Haram Fighters Imminent

As we look up for peace to reign in North-Eastern part of Nigeria, issues were raised on Saturday by Nigeria’s presidency on prospects that battered and weary Boko Haram militants were opting for a mass surrender to the Nigerian forces.

Thee senior special assistant to the President, Malam Garba Shehu, gave the clue in a statement to commemorate five years of the abduction of Chibok schoolgirls in Borno state by Boko Haram militants.

Here is his words :

The success of the Nigerian military in subduing Boko Haram is evidenced by the large numbers of militants who have surrendered recently, especially in neighbouring Cameroon and Niger.


“A similar mass surrender of militants is expected to happen soon in Nigeria”, Shehu said.


“While Nigerian military operations are ongoing, the government is also engaging with the militants but the talks have been affected by the factionalisation of Boko Haram – with one group adopting a hard line attitude and intensifying attacks on Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad, and another group engaging with the government for peaceful resolution” he said.

Garba while addressing the body in the same statement accused the military operations by Nigeria in the zone for the non-release of Leah Sharibu, the only Dapchi schoolgirl that has not been released by the militants, since her capture, along with scores of others last year February” :News Agency of Nigeria reports.

On Leah Sharibu’s abduction, the interlocutors have reported encouraging progress so far.


“The report reaching us says her return to her family has unfortunately been hindered by the fear of the militants.


“They worry that heavy military presence in areas where they previously moved about freely could affect their safety after they return her to the government.


“At the same time, the military cannot jeopardise the security of the entire north-eastern region by halting their operations to accommodate Boko Haram’s fears.


“Leah Sharibu will be reunited with her family as soon as any conclusions are reached on a number of options being considered for her safe transportation”.


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