The fight against insurgency has continued to record more success as Members of Boko Haram continued to surrender themselves to the Nigerian Army. Photo credit: Vanguard The Nigerian Army has never rested on its oars to make sure the activities of Boko Haram snd other insurgent groups are brought to an end in Nigeria.
The federal government of Nigeria has continued to fight the menace of insecurity despite emerging new security threats in the country. Photo credit: Channels TV The Buhari-led administration has continued the fight against Boko Haram terrorists after he took over power from former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015.
The fight against insurgency is something the federal government of Nigeria has been doing and invested a huge amount of money in security to make sure every part of the county is safe from the activities of terrorist groups. Photo Credit: Vanguard Since President Buhari took over as the President of Nigeria, the fight against Boko Haram and other insurgent groups has been intensified and recorded several achievements in the northeast and another part of the country.
Following the surrender of 1081 repentant Boko Haram terrorists some time ago, it was reported by media outlets that they would be handed over by the military to the appropriate government agencies. Military spokesman, Brigade General Onyema Nwachukwu, had mentioned Operation Safe Corridor in his statement, prompting people to assume that this is where the terrorists would be sent.
The war against insurgency has been intensified by the Nigerian Army since President Muhammadu Buhari took over the office in 2015. Photo credit: Channels TV The efforts of the Nigerian Army in the fight against Boko Haram and other terrorist groups appear to be yielding results with the ongoing achievements recorded by the Nigerian Army in North-Eastern Nigeria.
After news broke that about 1081 Boko Haram members had surrendered to the Nigerian Army, opinions were widely divided among individuals and groups regarding what should be done with them. Regardless, the Army has already said that they will be handed over to the governmental program called Operation Safe Corridor (OSC), where they will be de-radicalised, given skills and eventually reintegrated into the society.
The federal government of Nigeria has continued to intensify efforts to end the activities of Boko Haram in the country. The fight against insurgency is a top priority of the federal government of Nigeria to end the issue of insurgency and resettle the displaced people affected by the activities of Boko Haram.
The fight against Boko Haram terrorists has recorded great success in the northeast which forced many Boko Haram members to submit themselves to the Nigerian Army. Photo credit: PUNCH In a bid to end the activities of the insurgent groups, Army deployed both kinetic and non-kinetic approaches.
Our attention has been drawn to a publication by some online news medium released in which the authors deliberately misrepresented the facts contained in that report and twisted it to suit whatever purpose they seek to achieve. While the Nigerian Army (NA) does not want to be distracted from its main focus of dealing decisively with the threats against peace loving Nigerians, it has become necessary to put issues in their right perspectives.
Fresh reports by Sahara Reporters have confirmed that 1,009 ex-Boko Haram fighters have been released and handed over to the Borno state government. As reported, the ex-terrorists were handed over to the state government in a secret ceremony performed in the state. The Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Hajiya Zuwaira Gambo, had received the ex-Boko Haram members on behalf of the Governor, Engr Babangana Zulum on Wednesday, the 14th July.
In the ongoing fight against insecurity in Northern Nigeria against the bandits and Boko Haram terrorists, two tactics have been employed which are the kinetic and non-kinetic approaches. Lately, however, these options seem to have been made available only to the terrorists, while bandits appear doomed to face the wrath of the military.
WE have consistently pushed for a "stick and carrot" method to bring the Boko Haram terrorist conflict that has plagued our government for the past twelve years to a definitive, just, and long-lasting end. Anything else to the opposite, such as the use of this Operation Safe Corridor (OSC) methods, is really a means of cultivating this costly menace.
Operation Safe Corridor is a programme initiated by the Nigerian Government to de-radicalise, rehabilitate and re-integrate repentant ex-Boko Haram members. Below are some photos of repentant Boko Haram fighters at the operation safe corridor camp undergoing various skills acquisition programmes; The OSCP camp is located at Malam Sidi, Gombe state. In this camp participants are taught basic literacy, numeracy and civic education to equip them to understand better how governments work, and to teach them ways
According to a recent video shared by Pulse Nigeria, the Nigerian minister of defense was heard saying that the the Buhari's administration was trying to make Boko Haram to be more civilized.He made this remark when asked concerning the the federal government's rehabilitation programme for Boko Haram members.
Repentant Boko Haram Terrorist On Their Way For A Trip Nigerians Reacts (Photos) It is not news anymore that the Nigerian government is granting reformation of Repentant Boko Haram Terrorist. Furthermore, the Federal government of Nigeria, through the Defense Headquarters inaugurated the Operation Safe Corridor (OSC) in 2016. The OSC programme is a counterinsurgency approach aimed at rehabilitating low-risk repentant Boko Haram fighters and reintegrate them back into society. You can view the picture of the
"The Claims Of Paying Repented Boko Haram Members 150k Monthly Is Baseless And Fake"~ Bashir Reacts.
Personal Assistant to president Muhammadu Buhari on New Media has reacted to claims making the rounds on social media platforms of the Federal government plans to pay repented Boko Haram members 150,000 Naira monthly. This came immediately after the relented Boko Haram members surrendered to the government and were rehabilitated as seen recently where some were even awarded scholarships. Recall that the president had earlier listed the rehabilitation and reintegration of repentant Boko Haram terrorists into
Popular Nigerian human rights activist, Reno Omokri just shared his opinion on the release of 1009 Ex-Boko Haram members by the Nigerian military. The 1009 Ex Boko Haram members were released on Wednesday 14th, 2021. In 2016, the Nigerian military launched "Operation Safe Corridor" as an initiative for rehabilitation of Ex-Boko Haram insurgents.
Repentant Boko Haram Members end up as Spies and Returning Back to the Group -Borno Governor alleges
The executive governor of Borno state, Professor Babagana Zulum has claimed that those 'Repentant' Boko Haram Members being integrated into the communities end up serving as spies for the insurgency group.He as well alleged that they eventually end up returning back to rejoin the group.
I really thought the idea of reintegrating the repentant terrorists in the society would help to ameliorate the challenges of insecurity in the country, but I was really discouraged when I heard the complaint made recently by the Governor of Borno State, Babagana Zulum.
The Governor of Borno State, Babagana Zulum has revealed that, repentant Bandits returned to their terrorist gangs after spying on the security systems of their host country.The Governor made this known at a meeting with the North-East Governors in Bauchi State on Thursday.