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Troops rescue 800 from Boko Haram •1,890 liberated in 2 weeks

By News Express on 26/02/2016

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A fresh set 800 Nigerian victims of Boko Haram terrorists were rescued yesterday by Nigerian troops, the Nigerian Army announced this morning. It said that they had been turned into refugees and forced to cross to Cameroon but “were brought back to Banki town in Nigeria by troops of 21 Brigade yesterday.”

“In continuation of the clearance operations by troops to mop up the remnants of Boko Haram terrorists, troops have rescued 1890 persons held captive by Boko Haram terrorists at various locations within the last two weeks,” Acting Director of Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, said in a statement issued in Abuja.

Giving a further update on the war against insurgency, he said: “Troops of 121 Task Force conducted joint patrols with Cameroonian forces at Mararraba, Angwan Fada, Dale and Wizha Bokko Timit, Bokko Nasanu and Bokko Hidde up to Ngoshe in which they rescued 17 women and 28 children.

“Similarly, troops of 7 Division Garrison, in a joint operations with 112 Battalion, Army Headquarters Support Group and Armed Forces Special Forces at Gajibo, Maula, Gamai, Gamare, Maiwa, Warsale, Tangli, Tushi, Sowa, Hasanari, Changuwa, Malamaja, and Marya in Dikwa and Mafa Local Government Areas rescued 350 people including 5 Cameroonian girls that were held hostages by the Boko Haram terrorists in those areas.

“In a similar operation, troops of 7 Division Garrison in conjunction  with troops of 112 Task Force Battalion, and Armed Forces Special Forces on 17th February 2016,  conducted clearance operations at Kwaptara, Mijigete, Garin Boka, Mosole, Ngubdori, Ma’asa, Dukje and Gulumba in Dikwa and Bama Local Government Areas  in which they rescued 195 persons held hostage by Boko Haram terrorists.

“On 23rd February 2016, troops of 21 Brigade in conjunction with troops of MNJTF on clearance operations at Kumshe general area, rescued 250 and persons, mainly women and children held hostages by Boko Haram terrorists and brought back 800 refugees from Cameroon. On 23rd February 2016, troops of 7 Division rescued 150 persons at Kodo.

“Troops of 21 Brigade had today intercepted over 3,000 Nigerian refugees crossing from Wambatche, Liman and Kodo Fata villages in Cameroon into Nigeria. The refugees have been moved to Bama Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp. Also, in a clearance operations troops of 25 Task Force Brigade today, at Galmasku, Muli, Chiralia, Maisani,  Talala, Ajigin, Shetimalau, 1 and 2 and Dalomi also rescued 250 civilians held hostages by Boko Haram terrorists.”

•Photo shows rescued Boko Haram captives being transported to safety.

Source News Express

Posted 26/02/2016 1:13:28 PM

 

 

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