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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Armed force save 46 prisoners, wreck fortified Boko Haram camp in Sambisa

The Nigerian Army on Tuesday said its troops had saved 46 prisoners and devastated a profoundly braced Boko Haram guerillas' camp somewhere inside Sambisa woods as a component of its progressing "freedom activity" . 

Col. Onyeama Nwachukwu, the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, "Activity Lafiya Dole", unveiled this in an announcement issued in Maiduguri. 

Nigerian Army Nwachukwu said that the troops under Operation Deep Punch II entered profound into the backwoods and cleared every known extremist's enclaves including a strengthened 'Sabil Huda' camp. He said that the troops killed a few guerillas, crushed different stopgap settlement and recuperated high bore ammo. 

"On Monday Feb.12, 2018 the troops unstuck Boko Haram fear based oppressors from one of their exceptionally sustained forts around S-Shape some portion of the Sambisa backwoods near Sabil Huda, accepted to be one of their prized refuges. 

"Amid the furious hostile bolstered by Nigerian Air Force, the flexible troops killed a significant number of Boko Haram psychological militants and caught real deadly implements including two Spartan Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs), one truck and one workstation phone to the guerillas. 

"The heroic troops additionally obliterated 8 firearm trucks; a few tents, protected 19 ladies and 27 youngsters from the enclave".