Military Troops Patrol Borno Villages To Verify Boko Haram Abduction

Military Troops Patrol Borno Villages To Verify Boko Haram Abduction

By Ekemini Ekwere | News Reporter on December 20, 2014
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Major General Chris Olukolade, Director of Defense Information ((DHQ Photo)

Troops are patrolling the general area of Gumsuri in search of terrorists who were said to have attacked the community last weekend, the defence headquarters has said.

A press release by the director of defence information, Major General Chris Olukolade confirms that some people were killed by the terrorists during the attack, he states that efforts are ongoing to verify the reported abductions from credible sources in the community in view of claims by unidentified sources being quoted in some foreign media.

Some of the villagers who fled during the attack have started returning to the village.  Normal life has also returned to the area.  The surveillance and patrol of the area by air and land forces has been stepped up to secure the general area.

Troops have been ordered to sustain an aggressive patrol over the area and the surrounding communities in order to ensure that terrorists do not have any freedom of action in the area while the counter-terrorism campaign continues.


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