Since the ceasefire between the Federal Government and Boko Haram were announced last week, further squabbles have broken out between both groups.
On Friday, the day the Chief of Defence Staff announced the ceasefire, Boko Haram laid ambush to towns in Borno and Adamawa states.
According to PUNCH, “Just as the attacks were viewed as a breach of the ceasefire, the insurgents struck again in Borno State where they captured Abadam village and beheaded six people on the Biu-Garkida Road on Sunday.
A military source was however quick to dismiss the belief that attacks by the insurgents amounted to a collapse of the ceasefire.
He had said, “One cannot say the peace deal has been violated; it is the nature of most terrorist organisations to act that way, and it should be expected because they have several layers of operation.’’
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