Not less than 602 ex-terrorists of Boko Haram repentants, exit themselves from the deadly group on Monday, before swearing an oath of allegiance to the Federal Republic of Nigeria. According to the Nigeria News Agency (NAN), the ex-terrorists denounced their membership of Boko Haram at the Federal High Court, Gombe.
Speaking of the process, Gen. Bamidele Shafa, the coordinator, stated before the judicial panel that the ex-terrorist insurgents appeared to denounce their membership and confess their pasts. And to also swear Oath of Allegiance to make peace, disciplined and, be loyal.
However, the Nigerian military stated on Thursday why the ex-members of Boko Haram swore Oath of Allegiance to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Maj.-Gen. John Enenche said the former insurgents underwent and completed the De-radicalisation, Rehabilitation and, Re-Integration (DRR) program, and the reason behind that is to emphasize their loyalty and obedience to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
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