Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum has pummeled the Nigerian Army positioned in Baga, a town in Kukawa nearby administration of the state, after suspected Boko Haram individualThe s assaulted his guard on Wednesday, July 29.
Senator Zulum had withdrawn Maiduguri, the state capital on Monday evening July 27, for the northern piece of the state in continuation of the food circulation program which he began before in the month. On Wednesday, July 29, he was booked to visit Baga, a fishing town on the shores of the Lake Chad locale which has been heavily influenced by agitators for a long time until the military pronounced its freedom, demanding no Nigerian domain is heavily influenced by Boko Haram.
Nonetheless, not many kilometers to Baga, shooters suspected to be Boko Haram individuals started shooting at his guard.
The Governor had to withdraw as security agents on escort obligations repulsed the assailants.
An enraged Governor Zulum went up against the Commanding Officer in Mile 4, mincing no words in communicating his failure at the powerlessness of the military to free Baga and environs from the faction individuals.
“You have been here for more than one year now, there are 1,181 officers here; in the event that you can’t take over Baga which is under 5 km from your base, at that point we ought to disregard Baga. I will advise the Chief regarding Army Staff to redeploy the men to different spots that they can be helpful.
“You individuals said there’s no Boko Haram here, at that point who assaulted us?” he said