Nigerian Army Recovers 200 Cattles From Boko Haram Terrorists

Nigerian Army Recovers 200 Cattles From Boko Haram Terrorists

By Wires Editor | The Trent on December 26, 2017
Sani Usman, AA Yusuf
Brigadier General Sani Usman, Nigerian Army Spokesman in a file photo when he was a colonel

The Nigerian Army on Monday, December 25, 2017 aforementioned its troops killed 3 Boko Haram insurgents and recovered 200 cattle in Borno.

Sani Usman, the spokesperson of the Nigerian Army, declared this in an e-mailed statement to The Trent in Maiduguri.

Kukasheka said the insurgents had earlier carted away 200 cattle rustled at Makandari village of Kala Balge local government area of Borno.

He said that the troops engaged the insurgents’ on Saturday at Beneri village, killed two of them and recovered the stolen cattle.

Kukasheka said that the troops also recovered one AK-47 rifle, an emptied magazine, two motorcycles and a National Identity Card, adding that the cattle had since been returned to the owners.

Kukasheka disclosed further that the troops, in a separate operation, ambushed the insurgents at their crossing point at Firgi, Bama Local Government Area of Borno.

The army spokesman revealed that the troops killed one insurgent, suspected to be an expert in Improvised Explosive Device, and recovered one gas cylinder.

“Troops of 21 Brigade, Operation Lafiya Dole, in conjunction with elements of 121 Battalion, on Friday, laid an ambush for Boko Haram terrorists at one of their suspected crossing points near Firgi, Bama Local Government Area of Borno State.


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