Antigha added that the abductees would be profiled to ensure 'no terrorist takes advantage of the situation to sneak into the town.'He attributed the escape to military operations in the area, 'targeted at destroying Boko Haram infrastructure and logistics' including bomb making equipment and communication centres.
He noted that the initial wave of abductees who escaped Boko Haram following a military operation in Chikun Gugu were also received in Monguno.
The news came as Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau released a video message on Tuesday claiming a series of attacks in northeast Nigeria during the festive season.
The shadowy leader released his first video message in months amid a surge in violence casting doubt on the Nigerian government's claim that the jihadist group is defeated.'We are in good health and nothing has happened to us,' said Shekau in the 31-minute video message spoken in the Hausa language common across northern Nigeria.'Nigerian troops, police and those creating mischief against us can't do anything against us, and you will gain nothing,' he said.'We carried out the attacks in Maiduguri, in Gamboru, in Damboa.
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It also recommends increasing security and financial support to local defense groups assisting the military in the fight against Boko Haram.
The report says more than 12,700 properties, including houses, mosques, livestock and farm produce worth 0million have been destroyed in the state.
At least 50 people were killed in November when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a mosque in Adamawa state.