Fight against insurgency: Boko Haram commander surrender to troops in Borno-DHQ


The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) says Saleh Mustapha, a commander of Boko Haram, has surrendered to troops of Operation Hadin Kai, in the north-east.

Addressing journalists on Thursday, in Abuja, Bernard Onyeuko, director of defence media operations, said Mustapha’s surrender to the troops in Bama was significant.

Giving an update on military operations between March 25 and April 7, Onyeuko said the troops also neutralised scores of insurgents while 22 spies, 11 bandits and three logistics suppliers were arrested with 30 civilians rescued during the period.

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