According to the authorities of Borno State, 90% of the militants from Boko Haram have been put to death.
One of the biggest humanitarian crises in history has been brought on by Boko Haram terrorists’ tens of thousands of deaths and millions of displaced people in northern Nigeria since 2009.
Brig. Gen. Abdulrasaq Ishaq (rtd), the Special Adviser on Security to the Borno State government, stated to journalists on Tuesday at the Hajj Camp in Maiduguri that around 90% of hard-line Boko Haram fighters had perished.
According to Major-General Christopher Musa, the Theatre Commander of Operation Hadin Kai, 82,237 outlaws and their families have so far turned themselves in, including 16,577 active male fighters, 52,44 men, women, and 96 children.
57 of the 276 kidnapped Chibok girls managed to escape, 117 were freed, and 11 were found in 2022, he pointed out.
Musa added that 96 girls were still in the jihadists’ hands despite the fact that 11 of the Chibok girls who just fled captivity currently have 25 children. In total, 180 girls were free.