Jun 13, 2021

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Boko Haram: Ndume Exposes Source of Insurgents’ Arms and Ammunition

– Senator Ali Ndume announced where members of Boko Haram get their weapons from

– According to the former Senate Chairman, the insurgents are stealing weapons and ammunition from troops, security agencies

– Ndume made the revelation during an interview that was broadcast on Thursday , April 29,

Senator Ali Ndume, chairman of the Senate Army Committee, learned about the source of Boko Haram weapons that are commonly used to unleash Terror.

Ndume claims that most of the weapons and ammunition used by the dreaded insurgents were stolen from Nigerian soldiers, armed forces and other security agencies.

The legislature representing Borno South in the Senate stated this in an Inte rview on Channels TV Politics Today, which aired on Thursday April 29th.

According to him, the insurgents will be desperate for guns and ammunition after the army chief breaks the heat aimed at them. He went on to say that the terrorists are also getting weapons from Libya and Chad.

When asked if the terrorists occupying some parts of the northeast region are a setback, Ndume didn’t really say. He explained that the insurgents are holding on to the cities due to the insufficient number of troops on the ground.

The legislature further stated that the terrorist group does not hold on to a community permanently.

Some of the residents confirmed this, adding that the insurgents went from house to house preaching to them to accept their ideology.

Despite the presence of the army battalion in the community, this has not stopped the insurgents from spreading their missions.

In a similar development, men in the Nigerian military have around 21 Boko Haram terrorists eliminated in Geidem.

The terrorists attacked Geidem, which is also the hometown of the acting inspector general of the police.

The insurgents destroyed three communication stations knocked and looted some shops in town. The situation was saved when troops, supported by the air component of Operation Lafia Dole, struck back.