Nigerian Government Might Release 95 Boko Haram Terrorists

 ICC Note:  The Nigerian government might be releasing some of the incarcerated Boko Haram terrorists once they conclude their vocational training and rehabilitation courses. Many of the fighters have asked for forgiveness and are very optimistic for this new opportunity.

3/5/2018 Nigeria (Daily Post) –  The Nigerian government is set to release about 95 former Boko Haram terrorists after series of training, vocational skills acquisition and rehabilitation courses.

The repentant terrorists were trained by the Nigerian Army wing charged with the responsibility of Deracialising, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (DRR) in Gombe State.

The commandant of the camp, Colonel Adegoke Adetuyi, during the graduation ceremony of the repentant terrorists on Saturday, said they were also empowered with vocational skills.

“An essential element of DRR program is training of the ex-combatant by instructors from National Directorate of Employment (NDE). They went through a number of vocations including barbing, shoe making/leather works and cosmetology which compose of making of body cream, perfume and liquid soap among others.

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