Fight Against Terrorism In Nigeria
Two Chadian terrorists fighting for the Boko Haram Islamic sect, Abu Abor (61) and Abubakar Hassan (51) have surrendered to Nigerian troops in Gamboru Ngala local government area of Borno state.
The gallant troops also recovered several AK 47 rifles and ammunition while a total of 143 captives made up of elderly men, women and children were rescued.
Ba’a Idirisa, son of late Muhammed Yusuf, founder of the sect, who is the leader of the group in Nigeria, has been killed, according to sources quoted in the report.
A photo of leaders of the Ekklesiyar Yan'uwa a Nigeria (EYN), the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria situated in Adamawa state has gone viral on the internet.
Noting that it is in the place of the president to assume such responsibility, the ANPE called on the international community to strongly condemn Zulum's actions to jeopardise his country's sovereignty.
The PFN on Sunday, February 23, said Zulum's visit to N’Djamena in January to invite the country's army to come to occupy Nigeria and help fight insurgency is condemnable.