Boko Haram ex-commander, Adamu Rugurugu opens up on terror activities in Nigeria

iswap Boko Haram

A former fighter, Adamu Rugurugu, has how the sect’s leadership deployed him and other commanders against troops.

The repentant terrorist lamented that many of the leaders were overbearing and hid from forces fightng in the North-East.

Rugurugu made the disclosure while commenting on terror activities and the 5,000 insurgents who renounced Haram along with their families.

In a video obtained by PRNigeria, he prayed for military authorities because “they pity us the without -treatment”

“We that God increases them in value. Whoever will in Nigeria and who doesn’t want peace to reign, may Allah distance him far away from us totally.”

See also  Reality star, Maria Chike flaunts N5.6M diamond Hublot wristwatch (Video)

Rugurugu stated that Haram leaders misled them and urged God to avenge on their behalf.

He recalled how most fighters were forcefully abducted, marched to Sambisa Forest and conscripted into ideologies.

“We were mobilized and stationed at Sambisa forest, busy holding the horn while the top commanders are milking the cow.

“We cheated ourselves and we will not go back again since God has now delivered us out of this predicament. We returned to the and soldiers have accepted us.

“The leaders are not attending the battle, it is only the low-ranking members that carry guns. Have you ever heard of any ‘Khadi’ or ‘Wazir’ the battle on the frontlines?

See also  BREAKING: Buhari to present 2022 appropriation bill before NASS on Thursday

“They will say you are doing this thing for the sake of God and when you are killed, paradise will be your abode.I swear to God this is a scam, you are not going to any paradise.”

Rugurugu appealed to his “brothers” still inside the forest and part of terrorism to lay down their arms like them and turn a good leaf.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Subscribe for notification