Auwal Ismaeela played a major role in the abduction of over 200 girls of Government Secondary School, Chibok in 2014.

He is among over 100 members of the sect who have surrendered recently to the military.

Abuja based public relations outfit to the military and security agencies, the PR Nigeria, stated in a report on Sunday that the Boko Haram commander who is now undergoing interrogation also confessed to have participated in the killings of youths in Madagali, Adamawa State and other parts of the North East.

He was said to have have denounced the atrocious acts he was forced to commit against humanity while speaking at a special military facility for surrendered and repentant members of the deadly group.

Auwal was said to have confessed that he and one Abu Hafsat led the Boko Haram commanders to carry out the abduction of the Chibok girls.

He was also said to have confessed to the killing of students of Central Secondary School in Sabon Garin Madagali in 2014.

He said that he regretted his actions which he said were against Islamic junctions and urged his colleagues to give up the fight and surrender to the military authorities.

It was stated that Auwal was helping the security agencies with useful information on the location of commanders of the sect.

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