Friday, 7 September 2018

Troops Rescue 21 People From Boko Haram Hideout

Troops from the Nigerian army have rescued 21 civilians from a Boko Haram shelter in Borno state.
A statement released by the JTF says 21 citizens including 6 women, 11 children and 4 men were rescued from the shelter. The statement and more photos below ...

"The troops reached the feat on Thursday, September 6, 2018, during an evacuation operation in the early hours to the village of Amdaga Madachi in the local Gwoza area in Borno state, suspected of having surrounded the terrorists.

"The troops betrothed and subordinated the terrorists after a superior firepower of troops in the village, whose aggressive stance, tactics and sniper resulted in the following: (a) the troops neutralized 14 Boko Haram terrorists; (b) 21 civilians saved (6) women, 11 children, 4 men being treated in the military hospital).

"The Acting General Officer carrying 7 divisions, Brigadier General Abdulmalik Bulama Biu, via the commander of 26 Task Force, brigade Brigadier General Dahiru, praised the troops for their prowess, urges them to maintain the momentum by all Boko Haram terrorists to win the divisional area of ​​responsibility. "

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