BY: Yunusa Abdullahi
Members of the Boko Haram sects who Voluntarily surrendered earlier were currently engaged under the "Special Operation Safe Corridor " with a view to making them more useful citizens in the society.
The Acting Chief of Military Defence Intelligence Major General S .J Davies who disclosed this when he led a delegation of military personnel on a courtesy visit to Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla.
The Chief of Defence intelligence had told Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla that the operation was specifically designed by the military to take care of the Boko Haram insurgents who were voluntarily abandoned from their neferious activities and decided to be more useful to the society.
According to the cheif of Defence intelligence, already about One Thousand Boko Haram militants from Maiduguri axist has retired and are being considered as "YAN GORA' or as members of the civilian joint task force (JTF) and expressed hope that government will support the Military with the necessary facility under the Operation in Adamawa state as it prepares to revive any such member which intend to retire.
He also called for the support of the civilian JTF as they partner with the military for the maintenance of peace in the state, and urged the Governor to do everything possible to offer the necessary assistance in that direction.
Major General S. J. Davies later presented a sovenier to Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla.
While responding Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla commended the Military for their timely intervention emergency situations so as to ensure peace has prevail in the country.
The Governor however assured that his government will continue to give all the necessary support and cooperation to the Military.