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Why Hundreds of Boko Haram terrorist fighters are surrendering to Nigerian troops

By Guardian Exclusive
17 August 2021   |   3:03 pm
Lately, repentant Boko Haram members, accompanied by their families, have been surrendering to the Nigerian military. Many have been asking “why the sudden surrender” by these Boko Haram members. Here are the reasons why they have been ‘surrendering’ to Nigerian troops.

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