The victories recorded by the Nigerian Army over terrorist sect, Boko Haram has in recent times started taking full effect in the liberated communities in the North East.
Apart from the rescue of thousands of Boko Haram captives by the Army and the commencement of the rebuilding process of some of the destabilized cities, another heartwarming revelation has been made.
Two out of the five Borno emirs forced to abscond from their communities by the terrorists have returned to their palaces.
According to news sources, the emirs had ran to Maiduguri 2 yeas ago when the terrorists took over their communities in Askira/Uba Local Government Area of the state in August 2015 and announced the creation of a Caliphate rule.
Now that the military has restored normalcy and calm to the area, the 2 emirs, Muhammadu Askirama of Askira, and Ismaila Mamza of Uba made it back to their palaces today accompanied by Borno Deputy Governor, Mamman Durkuwa.
The emirs, at a ceremony in their palaces commended the Nigerian Army for its bravery in dislodging the terrorists.
They expressed optimism that terrorism would end soon in the country, going by the successes being recorded by the military.
However, 3 other emirs, Emir of Bama, Kyari El-Kanemi, Emir of Dikwa, Muhammad Ibn Masta, and Chief of Gwoza, Muhammad Timta are yet to return to their communities.