Abuja - The Army announced a major bridge terrorists
destroyed in the Borno State during its onslaught on public facilities would
soon be ready for use.
Col., Sani Kukasheka Usman, Acting Director of Army
Public Relations, said engineers were making tremendous progress in the repairs
of this facility linking Maiduguri and Gamboru Ngala.
"The bridge repairs would soon be completed,"
Usman said in Abuja.
The bridge is one of many facilities the Boko Haram
terrorists have blown in the restive state.
However, this past weekend, the Army reported significant
progress in the fight against the sect.
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"As the military is pushing for the final defeat of
Boko Haram terrorists, the fight against the terrorists in the north east is
gaining successful momentum," Usman said.
It was reported most of the camps had been destroyed.
The advancing troops in the Bama axis have rescued yet
another 62 people fleeing from Bitti and Pulka.
The troops are also combing all known enclaves of the
terrorists within Bama, Banki and Pulka general area.
In addition, due to the offensive action of the military,
another fleeing 22 women 15 men and 40 children arrived Bama this past
- CAJ News