Boko Haram Stranded Of Food, Weapons As Flood Occupies Hideouts 

Boko Haram troops and their families had in their hundreds, fled their camps as flood destroyed their hideouts.

This has compelled that to move to safe areas on the borders of Sambisa Forest, Daily Trust reports.

Nexus News gathered that the flood of the Yedzaram River wrecked havoc in numerous insurgents’ hideouts in Sheuri, Kumshe ward and Gaizuwa axis Sunday morning and provoked the relocation.

The insurgents had run out of logistics and weapons, and relocated pending when they would restock and strategise, Daily Trust further reports.

A top Boko Haram commander, Goni Farooq had reportedly surrendered to the troops at Banki Junction in Bama Local Government Area of Borno State on Sunday.

According to security sources, he came out with a motorcycle, RPG, Anti- Aircraft gun, AK47, 5 magazines with live ammunition, solar panels and clothes among others.

Last weekend, 70 fighters drowned and over 200 insurgents, including five commanders, were killed after the airstrikes by the Nigerian military.

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