Nigeria Army to Offer N500,000 To Anybody With Data About Suicide Bombers

The Nigerian Army has sent an interest to religious, conventional and group pioneers, and good natured Nigerians in the North-East, to discourage their kin from giving their girls to Boko Haram for influence and suicide besieging missions. 

The armed force representative, Brig.- Gen. Sani Usman clarified in an announcement on Saturday that the interest ended up noticeably important after disclosures by some caught female suicide planes amid cross examinations. 

"It was found that the vast majority of these hapless minors were "gave" to the fear mongers organization by their merciless and confused guardians and gatekeepers, as a major aspect of their commitment to the propagation of the Boko Haram psychological militants' obnoxious demonstrations against the Nigerian culture and mankind. 

"The demonstrations of these guardians and gatekeepers are boorish, as well as condemnable and unsatisfactory. 

"Nigerians have a duty and commitment to by and large shape our kids and wards and characterize a superior future for them as opposed to sentencing them to death by the criminal Boko Haram psychological militants and their sympathizers through suicide bombings," Usman said. 

He asked the general population to be more careful, security cognizant and report any suspicious people or those whose little girls or female wards are missing or have not been seen as of late. 

"You can report by calling 193 on any system. 

"People in general is likewise reminded that the Nigerian Army's offer and reward of the total of Five Hundred Thousand Naira (N500,000.00) to anyone that give data about suicide shelling, is as yet substantial," he included.

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