Maiduguri - The Nigerian Army has killed two Boko Haram terrorists and intercepted more members of the sect suspected to be on a mission to
loot logistics supplies in some villages in Borno State.
Troops of the 8 Task Force Division made the breakthrough during a fighting patrol along Monguno-Brimari road.
The suspected insurgents engaged the troops in a shootout that lasted for about 15 minutes before they were overpowered by the superior fire power
of the patrol.
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Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, Acting Director Army Public Relations, confirmed the development.
He said troops recovered weapons including a Fabrique Nationale (FN) rifle loaded with a magazine containing ten rounds of 7.62mm (Special) ammunition, an AK-47 rifle and three magazines from the terrorists.
Also recovered from the insurgents were two motorcycles, various drugs, wrappers and clothes.
- CAJ News