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Nigerian Army recovers video recordings of Boko Haram atrocities, Read what they found out yesterday

Major General Chris Olukolade, the director of Defence Information, has confirmed that the Nigerian Army has recovered video recordings of the villainous crimes committed by the Boko Haram terrorists. However, Olukolade refused to disclose further information about the video, The Punch reports.


Nigerian Army Recover Boko Haram Video Recordings

“It is true that troops have captured some video recordings of the terrorists but I would not want to say anything on that for now,” he said.

Olukolade also confirmed that the videos recovered from the Boko Haram insurgents were being analysed by the military.

“A number of vital materials, apart from arms and ammunition, have been recovered which are being subjected to intelligent analyses. We don’t want to say much about that now,” Olukolade said.

Journalists’ investigation revealed that the videos have scenes of trials, stoning of condemned people to death, amputations, beheading of victims with knives, and summary execution through shooting.

It was also learnt that the Joint Investigating Panel of the security agencies had started investigation of the terrorists’ activities and would soon present those found to be culpable of these heinous acts for trial.

The videos were reportedly being prepared for posting on YouTube to create fear in the civil populace.

“Some of the video were meant for release through their normal channels to the public before they were dislodged from their camps. They also show the barbaric life in their so-called caliphate.

“The media and the public are advised to be careful in handling or sharing sensitive and offensive videos depicting atrocities that some viewers may find disturbing,” military said.

Meanwile, members of the Boko Haram sect are continuing their bloody aggression.

At least one person has been confirmed dead and 7 others sustained different degree of injuries as a suicide bomber attacked the College of Administrative and Business Studies in Potiskum, Yobe State on Friday.


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