In Sambisa, Troops Eliminate 81 Boko Haram Fighters, Lose a Soldier from Landmine

The Nigerian Troops have eliminated 81 Boko Haram fighters in Sambisa axis and lose one soldier from landmine attack.

PRNigeria also gathered that fleeing terrorists have continued to wreak havoc and razing villages in their routes.

The troops Sector 1 comprising troops 21 and 26 Brigades supported by Multi-National Joint (MNJTF) cleared many villages terrorists in the axis including Garin Bello, Kwoche, Lawanti, Alfa Bula Hassan and Alfa Cross among .






A military intelligence source said the troops encountered stiff resistance from the terrorists laid improvised explosive devices along the troops’ axis advance.

“The relentless troops destroyed the terrorists’ camps and recovered gun trucks and weapons as NAF aircraft continue to provide close air and interdiction support to the ground forces

“Regrettably a soldier paid the supreme sacrifice with 4 other soldiers wounded in an improvised explosive devices incident,” the intelligence officer added







message to the troops on behalf the Chief Staff, Major General Ibrahim Attahiru, the Theatre Commander Operation Lafiya Dole, Major General Farouk Yahaya praised the gallantry the troops and urged them to sustain it.

He also paid to the fallen hero and urged the troops to honour his memory by dealing with the terrorists ruthlessly without mercy.

Meanwhile, PRNigeria learnt that a large number of fleeing Boko Haram terrorists invaded Zira and Gur villages in Biu South Local Government Area of Borno State.





The terrorists stormed the communities at about 4:30pm on , on motorcycles and gun trucks and set ablaze many houses, while residents scampered for safety.

The NAF aircraft later engaged the fleeing terrorists with firepower from the air.