[News] : Soldiers Kill 15 Boko Haram Members In Sambisa Forest, Recover Heavy Weapons

Troops of the Nigerian armed force recorded a major accomplishment on Thursday in the wake of killing 15 Boko Haram components in Northern Nigeria. The fighters recouped enormous weapons and ordnance from the fear based oppressors.

Legislative issues Nigeria has gotten an announcement marked by the agent chief, armed force advertising, 7 division, Kingsley Samuel, which uncovers that the strike was completed in Sambisa woods, Borno state.

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The troops slaughtered 15 of the psychological militants, devastating 1 vehicle bound ad libbed hazardous gadget (VBIED), having a place with the fear based oppressors and they recouped three mortar tubes, one PKM Gun, one G3 rifle, one Buffalo Gun truck mounted with Long Barrel Shilka weapon, two universally useful automatic weapon, AK-47 rifles and two FN rifles.

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Victor Ezugwu, acting general officer ordering (GOC) 7 Division of the Nigerian armed force, lauded the troopers for “conveying an overwhelming profound punch to Boko Haram psychological militants prompting the catch of expansive amounts of fear mongers’ gear”.

He additionally expressed;

“The troops’ strength paid off with substantial battering of Boko Haram fear based oppressors prompting the psychological militant supporting immense setbacks in contenders and gear. The fear mongers paid the consequences as the troops killed 15 of them and injured a few others,”.

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He encouraged the officers to stay enduring in the battle against Insurgency in the north until every one of the leftovers of Boko Haram are ‘flushed out’.

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