Abuja - Troops of the 29 Task Force Brigade have
reported success in its operations to clear the remnants of the Boko Haram sect
in the Northeast.
Within the last two days, officials said, the units under
the brigade cleared the remnants of terrorists hibernating in
suchareas; Abukarti, Baradili, Borgozo, Gaijaribul Abukar, kolomi, Marguba,
Umarumi and Yasori 1 and 2.
Sani Kukasheka Usman, Army spokesperson, said the operations
had been “remarkable.”
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“The gallant troops also recovered several items including
one single barrel gun, motorcycles, drums and bags of millet and dead cattle
that ran into Improvised Explosive Device (IED) buried by the Boko Haram
terrorists,” he said.
Usman added, similarly, the troops detonated an IED in one
of the buildings at Yasori 1.
“It was equally discovered that prior to the clearance, the
terrorists have also been frequenting Borgozo general area which they used as harbour and staging area when
conducting their nefarious activities.”
- CAJ News