Military clears 9 more Boko Haram camps in Borno

FILE PHOTO: A Nigerian soldier pull down a Boko Haram flag as a mark of victory
FILE PHOTO: A Nigerian soldier pull down a Boko Haram flag as a mark of victory

The Nigerian Army said on Friday that it had cleared nine more suspected Boko Haram terrorists camps in its operations in Borno.

The Media Coordinator of Operation Lafiya Dole, Tukur Gusau, said this in a statement in Maiduguri.

“In a major boost, troops of 115 Task Force Battalion under 28 Task Force Brigade while on clearance operations between Nov. 4 and 5, cleared nine more terrorists strong holds around Lassa axis.

“The terrorists’ camps include Lassa, Muthavo, Dagukumabza, Isge, Unworozangore, Kilekasa and PumpumGusau said.

He added: “During the offensive, four Boko Haram terrorists met their waterloo in the hands of gallant troops of the Nigerian Army.

“Some of the terrorists fled, abandoning their weapons.”

He said the military also carried out offensive along Korede area in Damboa LGA.

“In a related development, troops of 25 Brigade, on Thursday, conducted another offensive operation along Korede axis in Damboa LGA.

“In the operations, three motor cycles suspected to be used during Sunday’s attack on Azir village, were recovered along with stolen food stuffs from the village.

“Terrorists observation posts were destroyed in a high ground in Korede.

“Our troops continued to dominate roads leading to Azir, Wajikoro, Damboa and Biu towns to deny Boko Haram terrorists any possible freedom of activities in the area.

“The fighting spirit of the troops remains very high,” he said.

(NAN)


DOWNLOAD THE PREMIUM TIMES MOBILE APP

Now available on

  Premium Times Android mobile applicationPremium Times iOS mobile applicationPremium Times blackberry mobile applicationPremium Times windows mobile application

TEXT AD:DIABETES Is CURABLE! Don't Let It Threaten You! To NORMALIZE Your Blood Sugar In 21Days For Life, Click Here!!!.


All rights reserved. This material and any other material on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written or distributed in full or in part, without written permission from PREMIUM TIMES.


  • e_orpheus

    Good job guys.

  • Bidemi Lukman

    Gone are the days when Boko Boys haras Nigerian Army. It was pathetic that unttrained Boko Boys killed Captains in the Army. How I wish am in a postion to reward these guys for good job.

  • Höly Wähala

    RESPECT!

  • Benet

    You destroy a camp, but kill only 4, how many militants were in that camp? I believe with the removal of road blocks, the political militants left the group and returned home hence their inability to take and hold territories. We are now dealing with the religious ones who are few, but suicidal hence the increase in suicide bombing.