Troops Clear Terrorists Camps, Detonate IEDs [See Photos]

Troops Clear Terrorists Camps, Detonate IEDs [See Photos]

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In efforts to continually dominate recovered territories and clear all Nigerian territory of Boko Haram vestiges, the advancing troops of 5 Brigade Task Group have yesterday cleared 5 more terrorists camps at Hausari and Baranga in Marte Local Government Area of Borno State.

The  troops during and encounter with Boko Haram terrorists at the camps killed 2 terrorists and recovered 2 Dane guns and a Double Barrel gun, while 12 motorcycles abandoned by some fleeing terrorists were destroyed.
According to a statement signed by its acting Director of Information, Col Sani Kukasheka Usman, a suspected female member of the terrorists group was captured and is currently undergoing interrogation.

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It would be recalled that troops of 5 Brigade had some time last month cleared and destroyed twenty terrorists camps at Kerenowa general area.
In a related development, troops of 28 Task Force  Brigade on patrol between Bitta – Yamteke in Borno State to block Boko Haram terrorists fleeing from Lagaran Fulani to enter sambisa forest, discovered 2 planted Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and successfully detonated them.
According to Usman, the Army remains committed “to stamp out terrorists from Nigerian territory, the troops remain committed to ensuring that they cleared and secure all known Boko Haram terrorists’ camps and enclaves  so that no terrorist infiltrates and return to any of the recovered areas”.

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