Nigerian Army says troops of Operation Hadin Kai killed six Islamic States West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists, who attempted to infiltrate Dikwa in Borno.
Mr Yerima said that the terrorists came in their numbers mounted on gun trucks and attempted to infiltrate the main entrance to the town.
“A ruling party that has delivered poverty and insecurity might find it convenient to postpone elections… in a bid to hold on to power.”
Mr Lawan stressed that Borno was also not in need of a state police, because it already had the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF)
He was arrested along with one Garba Audu who equally claimed to be a member of the Civilian Joint Task Force.
As of now, it is still unclear if the government is still doing anything to secure her safe release to her parents or whether the government has left her to her fate.
The insurgents reportedly disguised as friendly troops to enter the fortified headquarters of the powerful 156 Task Force Battalion in Mainok.
Army spokesman said the activities of the suspect and his accomplices were responsible for the recent attacks on troops.
A military spokesman said that the feat was achieved by well-coordinated operations of both air and land troops.
The Norwegian Refugee Council said the Nigerian government has failed in its duty to protect the lives of its citizens.