Ex boko haram insurgents begged for forgiveness after rehabilitation in gombe state | Jeremy spell blog

Some former members of the Boko Haram
terrorist group have asked for forgiveness
from Nigerians and their communities.
The former insurgents asked for
forgiveness while taking an oath of
allegiance to the Federal Government at a
rehabilitation camp in Gombe State.
They were part of the insurgents who
willingly surrendered to security forces, to
be re-integrated into the society.
After 11 months of de-radicalization with
Operation Safe Corridor of the Nigerian
Army, the repentant terrorists are pleading
to be taken back as normal citizens.
During their stay in the camp, they
undertook vocational training as well as
other programmes aimed at transforming
their lives.
The Commandant of De-Radicalisation,
Rehabilitation and Reintegration camp,
Colonel Beyide Martins, declared the
repentant terrorists fit to be part of the
society again without any fear.
One of the ex-terrorists, Bala Shuwa, who
spoke in the Hausa language said he was
indeed transformed and was optimistic that
he and his other colleagues would be
accepted back to the community.
He appealed to members of their families
not to stigmatize them, saying that they
have learned from their past mistakes to be
better ambassadors.

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