Troops rescue three more Chibok girls as 79,000 insurgents surrender
The Theatre Commander, North East “Operation Hadin Kai”, Christopher Musa, said over 79,000 insurgents comprising combatants and non combatants have so far surrendered.
Mr Musa made this known in Maiduguri while briefing journalists on the successes of the command, saying the military’s kinetic and non-kinetic strategy led to the mass surrender.
He said this has led to having additional camps in Maiduguri to host the repentant terrorists being sorted out to identify the combatants from the non-combatants.
He lauded the public’s support, saying “We are really happy with the way the members of the public were cooperating with us; they see the sincerity in what we are doing.
“We are committed to the human rights charter and the rules of engagement in our operations,” Mr Musa added.
Also speaking, the General Officer Commanding, 7 Division, Maiduguri, Waidi Shuaibu, said that within the period under review, three more Chibok girls were also rescued.
Mr Shuaibu said the girls rescued comprised Falmata Lawan, Asabe Ali and Jinkal Yama, who are on serial number three, 12 and 20, respectively on the list of abducted Chibok girls.
The girls were rescued separately in the Bama axis on August 30, September 1 and September 2 respectively.
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