By Ahmad Ahmad
The Coalition Against Terrorism and Extremism (CATE) has urged political leaders in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States to lend their support to the military’s effort in the fight against insurgency.
The National Coordinator of the Coalition Mr. Gabriel Onoja made the call in press statement issued to Newsmen on Sunday.
He also called on traditional and religious leaders to back the exercise while ensuring that their subjects do not act as spies for Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorist and against the interest of the military.
CATE applauded the Nigerian Army’s Super Camp strategy, describing it as a “masterstroke” and the long-awaited catalyst to flush the Boko Haram remnants in the North-East
Mr Onoja stressed that the strategy entails the concentration of fighting forces in strongholds called Super Camps with the capacity to respond swiftly to the adversary.