Over one hundred terrorists surrender to Nigerian troops in Borno.
Written by News Room on February 7, 2022
One hundred and four members of the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) and their families have surrendered to troops.
The Nigerian Army disclosed this on Monday through its verified Facebook page where it shared photos of some of the repentant terrorists and their relatives.
According to the army, the former ISWAP fighters surrendered their weapons on Saturday to troops of the 25 Task Force Brigade in Damboa town of Borno State.
A breakdown of the figure shows that 22 of those received by the soldiers were men, 27 of them were women, while the remaining 55 were children.