Not less than 100 insurgents believed to Boko Haram have surrendered to the Nigerian Army in Borno State along with their families
Newsmen gathered that the incident happened at Gwoza town in the Gwoza LGA area of the state.
The report also has It that a total of 120 people who are mostly youths were led by the commander of the sect to the military.
According to reliable security sources, some leaders of the sect surrendered to the 26 task force bridged in Gwoza. along with their families.
‘To me, what we are seeing now is an outcome of Abubakar Shekau’s death. his death has impacted the group negatively.’
‘In Gwoza town today, the sum of 120 Boko Haram members and their families bowed to the Military.’ said the source.
Our reporter gathered that the ex-insurgents surrendered with just their bicycles and clothes.
However, the fact that they did not come with their weapons builds doubt in the heart residents.
‘Residents are pondering if truly, the insurgents want in peace.’