By Abdullahi Gambo
The Theatre Commander Joint Task Forces North East Operation Hadin Kai, Major General Christopher Gwabin Musa has reiterated the Command’s determination to the restoration of Socio economic activities to liberated and resettled Communities across Borno State.
Major General Christopher Musa made this known in an interview with Radio Nigeria Correspondent in Maiduguri on the operational successes of the Theatre.
The Theatre Commander explained that the Fringes of Lake Chad region and other arable lands in Borno State were earmarked for the commencement of farming, fishing and other agricultural activities to produce staple and supply to the whole country as well as trading activities.
He noted that the Theatre received over 35 thousand surrendered Insurgents who were profiled in accordance, and advice those who are yet to surrender to do so of faced the unabated heats from the troops.
On the Maiduguri-Damboa-Biu road, General Musa disclosed that the Theatre in collaboration with Borno State Government are repairing potholes to deny the Insurgents of planting IEDs, saying will soon reopened for commuters and motorists.
The Theatre Commander added that the armed forces in their tireless efforts restored major and some international highways, which include Bama-Banki route, and Dikwa-Gomboru road also sustaining patrols for the safety of those flying the roads.
The Commander Operation Hadin Kai further explained that the Command has also adopted non kinetic approaches to end the decade long insurgency which gradely contributed to the recent successes recorded by the Theatre.