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Military, vigilantes capture Boko Haram fighters, reclaim communities

By News Express on 14/03/2016

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Troops of 254 Task Force Battalion, 25 Task Force Brigade in conjunction with vigilantes have conducted clearance operation of remnants of Boko Haram terrorists at Gwashari village along Damboa-Bale road in Borno State.

“During the patrol, the troops encountered some elements of the Boko Haram terrorists in which they killed one and captured 3 others,” Acting Director of Army Public Relation, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, said. The Army Spokesman added that the troops “also recovered 1 Dane gun, AK-47 rifle magazine, 2 knives, assorted drugs and the sum of N142,000 from the terrorists.”

•Nigerian Army Photo shows the three Boko Haram fighters captured yesterday y troops and vigilantes in Borno.

Source News Express

Posted 14/03/2016 3:09:16 PM





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