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Boko Haram: Madagali Youths Say No Retreat No Surrender,Battle On In Defence Of Territory

By Tom Garba, Yola
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The Youths of Madagali LGA in Adamawa state has yet restated another commitment of no going back or running away from the attacks of Boko Haram who have been a dreaded monster to them.

In recent times the Youths were recouped against the members of Boko Haram Militants and killed over 100 members of the sects, captured 17 of them and rescued over 280 women and children.

Our reporter interview one of the local youth who simply said his name is Ayuba wankari and is receiving treatment in FMC Yola as a result of a fierce confrontation with the sake, says"the encounter with Boko Haram is what he dares after his returned and resettled when there was a mass exodus of people out of madagali when the attackers first onslaught the entire Madagali LGA".

According to him the sects disgraced by taken away their wives, children and anything valuable they have ever worked for. To him the total pride of Marghi Man has been rumble away and the only option is a fight back to recapture their lost glory.

Wankari attributed their confidence to face the Boko Haram to the member representing Madagali in Adamawa state of Assembly, Hon Emmanuel Tsamdu who have taken care of their needs while the are on the battle field,encouraging their families with all that they need.

The valiant Youth also said that if the attackers will fight for nothing sake or their nefarious believe him and many Madagali Youths will fight to die for the sake of their communities and families.

A "no retreat no surrender'' is seem to be in any Man from Madagali, a resident of Yola who is a native of Madagali and does not wants his name to be mention say they are tied with all the killings and stealing in madagali, he will encourage the youths with all he has to face the Boko Haram.

Assuring his steady support and encouragement the member representing Madagali constituency and who is also the Minority Chief whip, Hon. Emmanuel Tsamdu told our correspondent that a second round of war against insurgents will soon be launched by the help of all the Local hunters and vigilantes groups from Gombi, Hong, Michika and Madagali as the were quite remarkable victory on the last encounter with the insurgents.

He also reaffirmed to his people that a Bill will soon pass to law that will carter for their needs and support any victim of Boko Haram attacks in the state.