“We visited the military cemetery
in Borno, and we have about 847 soldiers that were killed by Boko-haram and
buried from 2013 to date, As We equally intend to visit Kaduna and rivers
state military commentary to ascertain numbers of causalities, you know
soldiers are everywhere, they are engaged in various issues relating to
security matter but unfortunately money budgeted for Army alone is not enough
for equipment talk less of their allowances”
the chairman senate committee on Army, senator Ali Ndume on channels television broadcast platform, politics Today.
include other soldiers by the insurgents and buried in other military commentaries located in other parts of the north-east geological zone.
colleagues who recently returned from Maiduguri denied reports of mass burial
of soldiers killed by the terrorists
investigating allegations that some non-government agencies operating in the
north-east were providing useful information to Boko-haram