Until now, two Borno LGs under Boko Haram’s firm control, Zulum tells senators - Punch Newspapers

1/13/2022 3:42:00 AM

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Until now, two Borno LGs under Boko Haram’s firm control, Zulum tells senators - Punch Newspapers

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13 January 2022Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State has said there is an urgent need for the military and all security forces to work in synergy to crush the Islamic State’s West Africa Province terrorists.This is just as he said until now, two local governments are under Boko Haram.

According to the governor, as Boko Haram insurgents continue to surrender in their thousands, the ISWAP terrorists become more sophisticated, deadly and continue to increase in number.He made this assertion on Wednesday at the Council Chambers of the Government House, while briefing members of the Senate Committee on the Army led by Ali Ndume.

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Keep Releasing the so called repentant terrorist See his eyes like low current 🙄 James Bond Zulum, I put it to u that when u said d North is safer now than b4 2015, u were misquoted. Please clarify what u mean. Also this LGA, is it that our gallant forces can't b asked or what r d issues. U r on record suggesting we invite foreign millitary, is that still so

The North is safe Sad 😔 Let them having fun and good times at least they ain't complaining Will the occupation of the Bokoharam terrorist affect the millions of written votes from the affected village or why the hullabaloo? Why are the soldiers running away from Boko Haram in Borno State and killing innocent armless Biafrans in south East

What is the HQNigerianArmy and NigeriaGov doing about this? May Allah see us through May Allah guide our Muslim ummah