Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum has revealed that the internally displaced individuals, IDPs, are being recruited by Boko Haram insurgents.
Talking in an interview with the Hausa Service of BBC, the Governor famous that his authorities has been in a position to return displaced individuals to Mafa and Kukawa, including that plans had been being made to return a few of them to Kawuri.
He additionally acknowledged that the Boko Haram sect is engaged on individuals to hitch them and it’s horrifying as a result of the IDPs are drained and bored of staying within the camps and could be pressured to hitch them.
“Actually, the Boko Haram sect is engaged on individuals to hitch them. That is horrifying. If the IDPs residing in camps couldn’t get what they’re on the lookout for, particularly the chance to return to their numerous cities and return to farm, they might be pressured to hitch the Boko Haram sect.
“It’s important that they return to their numerous cities as a result of no authorities can proceed to be feeding them constantly.
“The sect members are hiding on the Lake Chad space and the Sambisa forest.
“There’ll nonetheless be issues until they’re traced to their hiding locations.
“Chasing them away from their headquarters is likely one of the options in the direction of ending insurgency,” he mentioned.
He additional defined that one of the simplest ways to finish Boko Haram is guaranteeing a superb relationship between the army and civilians.
Based on him, the army are doing their greatest within the battle towards insurgency.
“One surest solution to finish Boko Haram is guaranteeing a superb relationship between the army and civilians.
“I carry on saying wherever you go; you will note the army and vigilante collectively.
“However what I’m saying is that the army ought to present safety to the civilians to allow them return house and return to their farms,” he added.