Top Boko Haram commander, four wives surrender to Nigerian Army


An unnamed high-profile Boko Haram Commander and his four wives has surrendered to the Nigerian Army.

This was revealed by the Coordinator of Defence Media Operations, Major General John Enenche, while speaking with journalists on Wednesday, in Abuja.

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Enenche did not give details of the surrendered Boko Haram commander.

He, however, noted that the success was recorded as a result of actionable intelligence by the troops.

“In the north-east, within the period under review, troops of operation Lafiya Dole conducted a series of air and ground operations on terrorist enclaves in different locations in Borno, Yobe, Taraba and Adamawa State.

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“Notably, a high-profile Boko Haram terrorist commander surrendered with four of his wives to our troops,” Enenche said.