Senator Cries Out, Says Boko Haram Is Regrouping

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  • The Chairman, Senate Committee on Army, Senator Ali Ndume, has alerted Nigerians that the terrorist group, Boko Haram, has started regrouping again in Borno, Yobe, and Adamawa States.
  • Boko Haram insurgents have reportedly killed thousands and displaced millions in the North-East region.

The Chairman, Senate Committee on Army, Senator Ali Ndume, has alerted Nigerians that the terrorist group, Boko Haram, has started regrouping again in Borno, Yobe, and Adamawa States.

Ndume made this known while briefing newsmen after the plenary on Tuesday.

The Senator, while speaking on his bill seeking to establish Federal College of Education Gwoza, Borno State, stated that the resurgence of Boko Haram activities in the North-East should not stop the establishment of more schools in Borno South.

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Ndume said, “The problem we are facing in Borno and, to some extent, in Yobe and Adamawa, is that the insurgency is resurging again and that is a matter of concern.

“Part of the solution is not to give up and not to show the insurgents that Nigerians are overwhelmed.

Senator Cries Out, Says Boko Haram Is Regrouping

“But to show that despite their terrorist acts and their stance against western education, more institutions would be established.”

EKO HOT BLOG gathered that the bill passed its second reading on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday.

Boko Haram terrorists have reportedly killed thousands and displaced millions in the North-East region.

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