Boko Haram: Army Demands ID Cards To Pass Yobe, Adamawa And Borno 

Army has launched a programme aims at detecting fighters of ISIS and Boko Haram forces fleeing from attacks in the lake chad region in north east region.

The Army on Saturday had accused several communities in Borno and Yobe States of harboring the fleeing insurgents.

Spokesman of Operation Lafiya Dole, Colonel Isa Ado, in a statement says troops in the axis had been instructed to check identity of anyone passing through Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States.

He asks anyone passing through the three states to carry along means of identifying themselves including international passport, driver licence, INEC Voters Card, National Identity Card, to troops.

The Army explains that the measure in introduced to assist the ongoing search for fleeing insurgents now roaming in the north east region.

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