Boko Haram Terrorists Flees On Sighting Nigerian Army Troops
In compliance with the directives of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General TY Buratai that Commanders in Operation LAFIYA DOLE to carry out massive attacks and offensive missions to the Boko Haram terrorists suspected locations, hideouts and enclaves, troops of 3 Battalion, 22 Brigade, embarked on an exploitation mission on 29th November 2018.
The gallant troops carried out offensive patrols on two fronts; Ngala Bridge and Gamboru town along along Wurge village, northern Borno State. On siting the troops, the terrorists who were massing up for a possible attack abandoned their logistics stores and equipment and fled.
The equipment captured include an 1 AK-47 Rifle with registration number 819044, 2 AK-47 magazine, 443 rounds of 12.7mm ammunition, 94 rounds of PKT ammunition, 16 rounds of 7.62mm (NATO) ammunition and 4 RPG Bombs.
Others were 1 RPG Charge, 1 Anti-Aircraft Telescopic Sight, 1 Anti-Aircraft top cover, a clearing rod, 1 Hilux GT, 2 Motorcycles, 1 flag, 2 Blankets a praying mat, 1 mosquito net and 10 motorcycle spare tubes.
The rest include , 1 tool box , a towing cable, a camel bag, 3 water melon, 3 cans of milk, 2 Maltina bottles , 2 satchets of sugar, groundnut, a First Aid kit, 1 MP3 Player and 3 Jerrycans
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