Boko Haram Might Have Left Sambisa For Balmo Forest – Reports

Fears were yesterday raised that Boko Haram terrorists may have relocated the over 200 abducted girls of Government Secondary School, Chibok and other abducted victims from Sambisa forest to their new haven in Balmo Forest, which borders Borno and Bauchi states.

Communities contiguous to Sambisa forest raised the alarm through phone messages when they saw a large number of Boko Haram militants leaving the dense jungle early in the day on Wednesday and driving towards the border town with Bauchi, according to Vanguard.

Security agencies, Vanguard learnt, had since started mapping out strategies to deal with the development while efforts are on to ensure security beef up in the areas where the insurgents were believed to be relocating to.

Security sources believed that the insurgents were relocating from Sambisa forest for fears of a major offensive by the military in a bid to rescue the abducted girls and demobilise their operational headquarters.

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  • BH fighters are running away frm sambisa, wouldn’t they stand to defend their newly declared caliphate? he who figth and run away will still live to fight another day, cowards.

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