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Nigerian Troops Eliminates 28 ISWAP-Boko Haram Terrorists, 3 Gun Trucks Destroyed

At least 28 ISWAP-Boko Haram Terrorists were eliminated by the Nigerian troops of Operation Hadin Kai.

The terrorist’s three gun trucks were also destroyed along Damaturu-Maiduguri highway in the late hours of Friday.

According to reports, the terrorists dressed in army uniforms had ambushed and opened fire at a Mobile Police Force convoy who were returning from Buni Yadi between Auno- Garin Kuturu in Kaga Local Government Area.

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The terrorist had killed one policeman and seized a police vehicle when a distress call was sent to the Nigerian military for a swift response.

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A top intelligence officer said air component and ground troops were promptly mobilised to execute the operation.

The source said:

“After receiving a distress call on the incident, a NAF MI-35M helicopter was dispatched to the location and engaged the terrorists.

“In the engagement that ensued, the three gun trucks were successfully destroyed alongside most of its occupants. Other fleeing terrorists were also cornered and eliminated by ground troops of the Nigerian Army.

“The response was well-coordinated between the Air Task Force Command, troops of 212 and 73 Battalion from Sector 1 as well as additional troops from 134 Task Force and 199 Battalion who went on the pursuit of the terrorists and eliminated fleeing terrorists at Malam Fantari village.

“28 mangled bodies of terrorists have been counted after the encounter”.

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