Nigerian Army: Not Less Than 31 Boko Haram Soliders Arrested

Nigerian Army Arrest BokoHaram
Nigerian Army Captures 31 Boko Harams
Days after the Nigerian Army caught the guerillas' fortification in Sambisa woodland, not less than 31 Boko Haram psychological militants have surrendered themselves to commanding voices in Niger Republic.

Vanguard reports that the West African nation's inside clergyman Bazoum Mohamed declared the improvement on Tuesday, December 27.

Mohamed said the apologetic agitators surrendered their arms in Diffa, a southeast area of Niger.

"Thirty-one youngsters from Diffa, who were selected a couple of years prior in Boko Haram, chose to surrender," Mohamed Bazoum tweeted on Tuesday, above pictures of him visiting the zone close to Nigeria's upper east outskirt.

The extremists supposedly surrendered each one in turn and are currently being held by the Nigerien powers which plans to put them through a de-radicalisation program and returning them to their families.

"I discovered that the main who surrendered were not captured, and I surrendered.

"We expect an exculpate from the administration with the goal that we can partake in the advancement of the nation and help us dispose of the injury," Reuters cited a previous Boko Haram soldier as telling Nigerian national TV.

Then, authorities of a security organization as of late settled by the Abuja Municipal Area Council, famously known as AMAC Marshal, in the country's capital have captured a moderately aged man associated to be unified with the escaping individuals from Boko Haram.
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