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"Adamawa victory raises military's morale in terror fight"

21 November 2014, 08:59Augustine Osayande

Abuja - Troops have maintained a heavy presence in and around Garkida in Adamawa State where the military has claimed victory against terrorists.

In a statement, the military said troops were currently conducting aggressive patrols after clearing the town of terrorists on Thursday.

"A highly coordinated Air Force operation is backing the troop’s movement and operations in the mission area. Similar air and land patrols along with mop up operations are being conducted in places such as Gombi, Pella, Hong, Fachi and Duma localities where terrorists have been dislodged as troops continue to advance in their pursuit,” the statement read.

It added that more heavy weapons such as Anti-Aircraft Guns, General Purpose Machine Guns, IED materials, Rocket Propel Launchers as well as rifles and items such as vehicles, motorcycles are being recovered from the fleeing terrorists.

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“The content of other items such as projector, DVD players, laptop computers, mobile phone handsets, memory cards and flash drives recovered from the terrorists are presently being analysed for vital information.”

The Defense Headquarters said the morale of troops was reported high as they continue on the offensive.
Meanwhile, the bodies of two soldiers who died in one of the encounters have been recovered while the five wounded, including a Brigade Commander, are presently receiving treatment.

- CAJ News

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