The Nigeria Army says troops of 195 Battalion in collaboration with members of CJTF, have again, inflicted heavy casualty on Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists during the ongoing clearance operations in North East Borno State today
The Nigerian Army disclosed this in a post on its verified Facebook page.
The post, which was accompanied with several photographs reads;
“Gallant troops of 195 Battalion in conjunction with members of CJTF on a clearance operation neutralized several ISWAP/BokoHaram at Kasha Kasha In Borno State today Tuesday 26 April 2022. Weapons & ammunition amongst others were also recovered.”
Speaking about the latest victory by the Nigerian Army, counter insurgency expert, Zagazola, said in a series of tweets via his Twitter handle that a competent Military Source revealed that the clearance operations and raids were carried out in Leje, Ladin Buta, Taula and Maasharafti villages in Borno State.
He also said Item recovered included; 2 AK 47 rifles , 1 G3 rifle, 2 Motor Cycles, 1 Techno phone and 1 Golf vehicle containing 5 gallons of PMS and other items.
The source said that “No human and equipment casualty was recorded by own troops.
He added that In continuation of its clearance operations of the remnants of Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists, troops of 7 Division, Operation Hadin Kai have been making tremendous progress in their various areas of operational responsibilities.
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The Nigerian Army have intensified its clearance operations to flush out the remnants of the terrorists around the fringes of the Lake Chad region and other part of the Northeast, was inline with determination to ensure to end the war and restore total peace in the country.
Thousands of Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists , including combatants, non-combatants, and foot soldiers, as well as their families, have continued to lay down their arms and accept peace as a result of the continuous military bombardment in the war torn North East.
Boko Haram has been fighting in northeast Nigeria since 2009. Its attacks have spread to Niger, Chad, and Cameroon, eliciting a military response. The group has also become splintered, with one faction pledging allegiance to ISIL (ISIS).
Source: The Nigerian Army.