Monday, 4 June 2018

Boko Haram S * x Slaves including pregnant teenagers rescued by Nigerian soldiers (Photos)

A Vanguard report revealed that troops from the 21st Brigade supported by members of the Joint Civilian Task Force deployed in Operation Lafiya Dole to carry out counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency operations in the northeast of the country have rescued 148 civilians kidnapped by terrorists from Boko Haram in Modu Kinetic, a remote village in the Bama local government area of ​​Borno state.

According to Colonel Onyema Nwachukwu, Deputy Director of Operations of the Operational Command Lafiya Dole, the troops rescued the hostages during an extensive Operation of Clearance on Sunday, June 3, 2018, to rid the general area of ​​Bama, Modu Kimeri and Gulumba Gana of elements escaped from Boko Haram. terrorists who escaped the onslaught of troops in progress on the islands of Lake Chad and the fringes of the northern border of the State of Borno.

The rescued hostages, consisting of 15 men, 58 women and 75 children revealed during a joint profile and interrogations of Lafiya Dole troops and other security agencies, that the Boko Haram terrorists had sexually raped women and girls. they used as sex slaves. Two pregnant teenagers are among the rescued people.

The people rescued also revealed that the men were not pardoned, as they were regularly subjected to forced labor during the captivity of the terrorists.

They will be delivered on time to the officers of the Internally Displaced Persons Camp (IDP) of Bama for social assistance and administration. The troops have also successfully cleared adjoining villages, such as China, Sabon Gari-1, Sabon Gari-2, Sabon Gari-3 and Sabon Gari-4.

Other areas cleared by the troops along the axis of operation are the villages of Nguzoduwa, Falla, Bulangala, Botori and Bula Matawa. In addition, the troops recovered 22 Dane Guns, a toolbox used to make local firearms, four Boko Haram flags, a motorcycle and a bow and 20 arrows.

The brave troops are still resistant and are carrying out more exploitation.

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