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DHQ clarified that the non-verbal communication of Shekau, following the military hostile on the extremists of late, demonstrated that Shekau would soon “quit.”

This was unveiled at a press preparation yesterday in Abuja by the Directorate of Defense Media Operations, Major General John Enenche.

Enenche, focused on that however, there was no official contact with Shekau, the non-verbal communication of the dread head indicated that he was prepared to give up.

“In the event that you talk about non-verbal communication, the non-verbal communication is there. On the off chance that he makes any move in such manner, you will know, however from the invasion from troops, they can’t cover up any longer,” he said.

Review that the Defense Headquarters had yesterday affirmed that few key Boko Haram psychological oppressors/ISWAP pioneers were killed in numerous airstrikes directed by the Air Task Force of Operation Lafiya Dole at Durbada in Borno State.

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