Nigerian Army Officer’s Widow Blasts Nigerian Army For Forgiving Surrendered Boko Haram.

Onyxnewsng gathered that a Nigerian Army Officer’s widow, Oluwaseun Sakaba, whose husband, Lt. Col I. Sakaba, was killed by Boko Haram members in 2018, has attacked the Nigerian Army after the military shared photos of repentant sect members with placards seeking forgiveness from Nigerians.

Sakaba was one of the 44 soldiers killed by the terrorists group during an attack on 157 Task Force Battalion in Metele, Guzamala Local Government Area of Borno State in November 2018.

His widow, Oluwaseun Sakaba, saw the post by the Nigerian Army with the sect members asking for forgiveness and took to her Instagram page to pour out her mind.

Oluwaseun asked the Nigerian Army if she should forgive the same people who made her a widow at a young age.

Her words as written on her Instagram page;
”@hqnigerianarmy it we nev be well with all of u…I shld forgive dem for making me a young widow, I shld forgive dem for kill my husband, his brother and his mom!!

I shld forgive dem for making Me seek shelter in anod country!! I shld forgive dem for making many women widows and kids fatherless..I shld forgive dem for u not paying what is my late husband dues!!

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I shld forgive dem for all der atrocities done to my family. U shot my husband dead in his office dat u pretended to be a friendly force just bcos he refuse to be part of ur plots ..time 4 dragging now”

Over 1000 Boko Haram terrorists, some senior Commanders and their families have surrendered to troops of Operation Hadin Kai after sustained military land and air bombardments of their enclaves and hideouts in the North East.

Confirming this in a statement on Monday, August 10, 2021, Director, Army Public Relations, Brig Gen Onyema Nwachukwu said more arms and ammunition were also recovered from the surrendering terrorists.

He said, “Following the recent escalation of offensive operations coupled with non kinetic efforts by troops of operation Hadin Kai (OPHK) which yielded massive surrendering of Boko Haram and Islamic State of West Africa Province Terrorists in the North East, the Chief Bomb Expert of the terrorists group known as Musa Adamu a.K.a Mala Musa Abuja and his second in command Usman Adamu a.k.a Abu Darda along with their families and followers have also finally surrendered to the troops of operation Hadin Kai in Bama Local Government Area of Borno State.

The acting General Officer Commanding (GOC) 7 Division and Commander Sector 1 OPHK Brigadier General Abdulwahab Adelokun Eyitayo was at Headquarters 21 Special Armoured Brigade Bama on Saturday, 7 August, 2021 to receive the set of the surrendered Boko Haram terrorists and their families.

During the visit, the GOC said their decision to drop their arms and come out is highly commendable, adding that they should also try and talk to their brothers and colleagues in the forest to come out and embrace the new life of peace and rehabilitation.

General Eyitayo who spoke through an interpreter further disclosed that they will undergo some rehabilitation process at a Government facility before reintegration into the larger society.

While distributing new cloths and assorted food items, groceries and toiletries to the surrendered terrorists and their families totalling 335 fighters, 746 adult women and children including one of the abducted Chibok girls, it was observed that the reasons for such massive turn was basically due to the intensified Nigerian military campaign on their enclaves and environs and also with the overwhelming famine, discontent, internal skirmishes, health challenges as well as untold hardship.

The Nigerian military has resolved to intensify its both kinetic and non-kinentic approach towards the ongoing fight against insurgency in order to leverage on the knowledge of Musa Adamu and Usman Adamu and also with the current wave of turnout by terrorists to enable her achieve both short and long term counter-insurgency gains in the North East,” Brig Gen Nwachukwu said.

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