Senator Ali Ndume, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Military, has raised the alarm that Boko Haram militants have began regrouping once more in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States.

The lawmaker acknowledged this on Tuesday, whereas briefing journalists after the plenary.

Ndume was talking on his invoice looking for to ascertain Federal School of Training Gwoza, Borno State.

The invoice handed its second studying on the ground of the Senate on Tuesday.

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Ndume, nevertheless, mentioned the resurgence of Boko Haram actions within the North East, mustn’t cease the institution of extra colleges in Borno South.

“The issue we face in Borno and, to some extent, in Yobe and Adamawa, is that the insurgency is resurging once more and that may be a matter of concern.

“A part of the answer is just not to surrender and to not present the insurgents that Nigerians are overwhelmed. However to point out that regardless of their terrorist acts and their stance in opposition to western training, extra establishments could be established,” Ndume mentioned.

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Senator Ndume raises alarm, claims Boko Haram is regrouping

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