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Shortage of food, weapons rocks Boko Haram as floods take over enclaves


Hundreds of Boko Haram terrorists and their families have fled their camps as floods devastate their enclaves, forcing them to seek refuge on the outskirts of Samibas Forest.

According to reports, the flood of the Yedzaram River Sunday morning impacted multiple insurgent camps in Sheuri, Kumshe ward, and Gaizuwa axis, prompting the displacement.

It was also discovered that the militants had run out of supplies and weapons and had relocated pending supply and strategizing.

Similarly, Goni Farooq, a key Boko Haram commander, reportedly surrendered to troops on Sunday near Banki Junction in Borno State’s Bama Local Government Area.

According to the security source, he came out with a motorcycle, RPG, anti-aircraft gun, AK47, 5 magazines with live ammunition, solar panels, and clothes, among other things.

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