Leaders of five communities from Gwoza, who are scattered in various Internally Displaced Persons camps have given 'vital' information on the hideouts of Boko Haram insurgents in Borno state.

They listed areas in Bayan Dutse, where they said are major abode of the terrorists. They claimed that if terrorists are flushed out of these areas, it would be a major victory in the war against Boko Haram.

The letter read in part, “in line with the persistent call by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen Tukur Buratai that anyone with credible information should come forth and assist the military, we wish to mention the following villages as being Boko Haram infested, with some captives among them”.

They listed the villages as: Boko Sanawa, Ngoshe, Gavva, Kunnde, Amuda, Agapalwa and Attagara.

Others are Chinene, Chikide, Arboko, Pege, Kughum, Klala in the mountain, Hembe in the mountain, Gathagure in the mountsin, Guduf in the mountain, Sabon garin Kunnde, Kirawa and Barawa.

The letter was signed by Mohammed Abubakar Kulkwa, Audu Duwara, Bukar Ndakva, Daniel Dahwara and Bitrus Katsala.