New revelations have emerged on how the Nigerian Military is handling surrendering ex- Boko Haram combatants who waged over eight years war against the Nigerian state.
In an effort to reorient the insurgents of the sect’s ideology that western education is bad and their treasonable assertion that democratic governance is evil, the Nigerian Military had established a de-radicalization centre in Gombe State.
LEADERSHIP Weekend gathered that the establishment of the de-radicalization centre is helping to absolve myriad of Boko Haram members captured, including the ones surrendering on a daily basis.
The combatants, it was learnt, are trained on various vocational skills and are accommodated in the military facility where they go through various training on tailoring, carpentry, vulcanizing and other skills acquisition trainings.
Leadership, 29 July, 2017
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