Some amateur photos have emerged from Borno State — North-East Nigeria showing the moment top Boko Haram commander, Amir Abu Darda, who is in charge of the terror group’s Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), 20 other IED experts and their family members surrendered to the Nigerian Army on Saturday.
From the images shared by a conflict reporter, Abubakar Adamu on the popular microblogging platform, Twitter, Amir Abu Darda led other Boko Haram’s IED experts and relatives as they queued up before the Troops of Operations Hadin Kai (OpHDK) laying down their weapons and other incendiaries.
More terrorists are still expected to surrender. VANGUARD earlier reported that over 300 terrorists have surrendered so far.
Without a shadow of a doubt, the unrelentless ground and aerial Intel led campaign by the Nigerian Army and Nigeria Air Force leaving the insurgents boxed in with nowhere to hide.
We hope our gallant keep up with the good work to rid Borno State of insurgents.
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