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Residents flee as terrorists assault Borno group

Terrorists suspected to be members of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) and Boko Haram have attacked a navy unit and different areas in Rann city, Kala-Balge Native Authorities Space of Borno State.

In line with PR Nigeria, a web based newspaper with shut ties with safety companies, the terrorists who got here in massive numbers gained entry into the principle city whereas capturing sporadically.

The report additionally said that residents, largely civilians escaped into the bush whereas humanitarian staff had been seen shifting in direction of the Cameroon border.

The newest assault on Rann comes on the heels of huge surrendering by among the terrorists.

The Borno State Authorities just lately confirmed that at the very least 3,000 ex-terrorists who had been members of the teams had surrendered to the Nigerian navy.

Governor Babagana Zulum stated other than the three,000 terrorists at the moment within the custody of presidency, one other 900 confirmed members of Boko Haram had surrendered to the Cameroonian forces.

In the meantime, group leaders have agreed to the return of repentant Boko Haram terrorists into their communities.

READ ALSO: Troops repel terrorists assault in Rann, kill 10- Official 

They, nonetheless, gave situations that should be met earlier than the remorseful terrorists could be accepted into numerous communities.

Earlier assaults

Rann has been within the eye of the storm for a number of years as a consequence of a number of assaults by members of the terrorist teams.

The city has seen at the very least three main assaults within the final three years which has led to the loss of life of a whole bunch of residents and displacement of others.

It was additionally within the city {that a} navy fighter jet in 2017 mistakenly dropped bombs on harmless folks in an IDP camp, killing almost 200 individuals.

It was in Rann that three feminine well being staff working for UN companies had been kidnapped final 12 months. Two of the abductees had been later killed by the Boko Haram.

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