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"Boko Haram Is on the Run in Maiduguri," Says JTF Spokesman, Lt. Col. Sagir Musa

By SaharaTV, New York The spokesman for the Joint Task Force (JTF) fighting to contain the Boko Haram insurgence has assured Nigerians that his force will soon defeat Boko Haram. In an exclusive interview with SaharaTV’s Omoyele Sowore, Lt. Colonel Sagir Musa said, “Here in Maiduguri, members of Boko Haram are on the run. They are on the run.” read more...

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Published By: Sahara Reporters - Tuesday, 21 August, 2012

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