Two Boko Haram Commanders Surrender To Police In Borno
In Borno State, where flood has recently dealt with citizens and properties, two boko haram top commanders have surrendered themselves to police during “Operation Safe Corridor”, an counter-terrorism effort of Nigerian military forces.
The Borno State Police Command said on Wednesday reported on Wednesday (yesterday 13/08/2017) that the two top commanders of the militant sects (boko haram) surrendered themselves alongside with their families.
The public relations officer (PRO), DSP Victor Isuku said in a statement to newsmen in Maiduguri that the Borno state police command rescued 13 civilians from the suspected kidnappers, with two of the hoodlums dying of injuries received in a gun battle with the police. Two AK-47 rifles were also recovered.
The PRO, Victor noted that with the unconditional surrender to the police of the two boko haram commanders, the efforts of the military had recorded another victory. According to the statement, the surrender was negotiated on Sunday evening by the intelligence arm of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) of the police command with the repentant Boko Haram commanders along with their families.