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delivering a withering and embarrassing defeat to the President Buhari next year A word is enough for the wise” A 32 year-old former Boko Haram Commander Rawana Goni has appealed to the Nigerian military authorities to allow him make a phone call to the elusive leader Abubakar Shekau and at least 137 other terrorists to make them surrender Goni who is undergoing rehabilitation at a military detention camp in Maiduguri said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) The former Boko Haram commander is an indigene of Bama in Borno state He surrendered to the military in Cameroon after escaping from Sambisa Forest eight months ago He claimed to have held several positions in ten different cells of Boko Haram in Sambisa He said the last position he held was as the Chief officer of Dispute Resolution for the group He explained that many militants came to him to settle problems ranging from family matters He also reconciled Boko Haram factions “I rescued people sentenced to death and minimised punishment of those who committed crimes I am one of the most influential persons in the group and they always listened and abided by what I said “I joined Boko Haram because of the condition I found myself in the last five years When the insurgents invaded Bama town I ran with my family to Cameroon thinking I was in a safe destination “But on reaching Cameroon I was shocked to realise that I brought myself into another Boko Haram camp By that time I knew I would not survive without joining the group “Days after my induction we opened a permanent camp at the Cameroon border and named the forest “Aluska” It was in that camp that I learnt all types of trainings including handling weapons “After the training we embarked on our first missionWe invaded a military formation in Cameroon dislodged the soldiers and took many weapons from their armoury We couldn’t take any vehicle because the area was surrounded by river “We took the weapons we recovered to our leader Abubakar Shekau and briefed him on our success He was happy that five of us could dislodge a military formation After congratulating us he appointed me to lead the group and returned our weapons to us “Few days later I recruited many fighters because as a commander you are expected to have no fewer than 250 fighting troops “With the new fighting force we invaded Waza village Damaga and Banki We also invaded Bama which is my hometown “I was touched to see my people being tortured and killed while many women and children were living in excruciating hardship So I decided to pass a message to my fellow insurgents from Bama and we formed a group comprising of about 137 persons to help our people in prison to escape “I was able to rescue about 300 hostages at the prison facility in Bama I usually lied to the guards at the prison that I was going to kill the inmates But I would take them to a safe place in Konduga and ask them to run to a safer destination “Many of the prisoners were exposed to hard labour while some were used as guinea-pigs at shooting range by new arms handlers among Boko Haram” he said On Abubakar Shekau’s health status Goni told NAN that the insurgents’ leader was healthy as against a report that he was ill “Nothing happened to him He broke his leg five years ago while riding on a horse But he had since recovered Any one saying Shekau is sick is only deceiving himself We used to communicate through radiophone but not any more” Goni who believed that the war was coming to an end urged the military to let him tell Shekau and other insurgents that he is still alive “My 137 boys are on standby to hear I am still alive and I can assure you they will run out of Sambisa Forest and surrender to the military I once told them to surrender and they said we shall all get killed But I told them that I will surrender and they said if nothing happened to me they will all come out” he said Goni commended the military for the special treatment given to inmates who 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management program The program requires coaches to have biennial training and remove students from play if they report signs of a concussion Likewise the program requires the removed athlete to be examined promptly and they may not return to active play without a thorough examination "There are a higher percentage of concussions being seen as a result of the law" said Matt Roller a private-practice neurologist in Grand Forks "The numbers are great because the younger a person has a concussion the more long-term repercussions there may be so we’re glad they are being recognized earlier"Roller said the law has also helped keep young athletes from recurrent concussions which are easier to obtain after the first one North Dakota was also recognized by "The Facts Hurt" for allowing people in dating relationships — not just mar-ried partners — to obtain protection orders and for its prescription drug monitoring program Authorized in 2005 by the Legislature the state requires all pharmacists to report all prescribed and dispensed controlled substances electronically to the North Dakota Board of Pharmacy Monitoring programs make it easier to detect drug abuse or if drugs are being siphoned for illegal purposesMore work aheadBut there’s more that North Dakota could do according to "The Facts Hurt"The state does not automatically require convicted drunk drivers to use ignition interlocks which are breathalyz-ers connected to their vehiclesThe state also does not require motorcyclists or young bicyclists to wear helmets And it does not require car seats for children 8 or youngerIt does not have a primary seat belt law which allows police officers to issue a ticket for not wearing seatbelts without any other traffic offense The state has a secondary seat belt law and officers may only issue a ticket for not wearing seat belts if there is another traffic offense involvedThe state has no system in place to collect data about injuries Hospitals and clinics may report only that there was an injury but not the cause of the injury which is needed to detect dangerous trends and develop policies to manage themCarma Hanson coordinator of Safe Kids Grand Forks a coalition to educate and prevent injuries said the state’s score largely reflects the state legislature and laws "There are a lot of people who are going to do something because the law tells them to" she said "Legislation leads to education and education leads to compliance with safety standards"Legislative issuesStill North Dakota has addressed many of the policies "The Facts Hurt" discusses if not as completely as the re-port recommendsConvicted drunk drivers aren’t automatically required to have ignition interlocks but judges can require it at their discretionMotorcyclists aren’t required to wear helmets unless they are minorsMotorists can’t be ticketed only for failure to wear seat belts but they can be if they’re minorsHanson said she believes a universal primary seat belt law will probably come 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be different"Not waiting for the state to take action Hanson said advocates like her are pushing for a Grand Forks city law to require bike helmets She said she hopes the local law would take the same path the ban on texting and driving did becoming state law a year after it became city law"It’s nice when there is consistency throughout the state rather than individual cities having their own" she said Reach Jerke at (701) 787-6736; (800) 477-6572 ext 6736; or send email to tjerke@gfheraldcomThe commander of Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) saddled with the responsibility of maintaining peace in Plateau and Bauchi States Major General Rogers Nicholas on Wednesday warned troops under his command not to be involved in politics as it negates the core mandate of the military Nicholas gave the warning while addressing troops at Bokkos Local Government Area of Plateau State According to him the visit to the area is aimed at foiling any anticipated attack that might occur between farmers and 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