The Boko Haram insurgency in North Eastern Nigeria has lingered on for more than a decade already. A lot of people have lost their homes and family members as a result of constant attack by the insurgents.
Despite renewed efforts by the Nigerian military to bring an end to their activities in the region, it seems the terrorists are getting more bolder and stronger than they used to be.
As we all know, Boko Haram insurgents usually cover their faces when carrying out activities, but this time around, they display a huge amount of boldness by opening their faces while observing Eid-el-Fitr prayers in the open.
Although the exact date when these pictures were taken is not known, it is worthy to note that the Eid-el-Fitr prayers was held across the globe by Muslim faithfuls on May 13.
With this display of audacity, what do you have to say about these Boko Haram terrorists? photos credit: SaharaReporters.
Do you think the Nigerian Military will still be able to defeat all of them?
Drop to the comments section and share your views and thoughts with us.
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