Some soldiers don reacted as di Federal government don release 1,400 repentant Boko Haram suspects wey di military don rehabilitate into di society.
Di soldiers wey dey fight for di war front for di north-east don express dia disappointment ontop di release, di Cable dey yan dis Tori..
Di commissioner of information for Borno state, Babakura Jato, don on Monday yan sag di 1,400 repentant insurgents don dey released for three tranches since dem don launch di Operation Safe Corridor program.
Jato don yan say di majority of them get cleared suspects.
“These na pipo wey b suspect of being members of Boko Haram and dem don discover say dem no b.” e tok.
“Di rest na di Boko Haram pikins or na actual Boko Haram members. I no fit give a breakdown of di figure now for security reasons.”
E also Tok say e don aware of di allegation say some of those wey dem released don go back back to terrorism, but e don tok say some of these claims na ordinary speculation.
As e dey react to di development, soldiers, wey don confirm di release of di suspects on Tuesday, don Yan say dem no understand why dem release di suspected Boko Haram members for large numbers.
“Plenty soldiers no dey happy about dis mata. We dey there for di Maimalari barracks when some of these Boko Haram pipo were released,” one of di soldiers tok.
“Di authorities dey release dem, but Boko Haram dey kill soldiers wey dem capture. Dis no make any sense to us at all.
We go continue to sweep across di bushes to flush these people out, and then di government go release them. Shey dat no b wasted efforts?”
Another soldier don tok say e dey believe say most of suspects wey dem don release don go back to crime.
“You dey wonder why Boko Haram members dey increase? When we arrest them and bring them here, some top pipo go come and start to dey negotiate dia release. But, I go tell you some of these so-called suspects dey return to di bush and dem no b repentant.”
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