Over 210 suspected Boko Haram terrorists
were liquidated, minor and satellite camps destroyed
in the past few days by security forces carrying out
raid on Sambisa Forest. Multiple enclaves of the sect
did not survive the raid as well.
The operation was described as a “major feat” by the
military since the commencement of the state of
emergency in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States in
May last year.
Both local sources and the military confirmed to
Sunday Trust that the clampdown on the insurgents
was in active phase, pointed out that it was yielding
the desired results.
An unnamed security source revealed that huge
resources and manpower have been mobilized to
volatile areas in Bama, Gwoza and Damboa local
governments of Borno State, as well as around Gulani
and Gujba local governments in Yobe State.
All the areas listed above have routes which lead to
the Sambisa Forest, one of…
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