One individual has been executed after troops of 121 Battalion related to seekers trapped Boko Haram Psychological militants, safeguarding 2 ladies with 6 youngsters in Borno State.
This was unveiled in an announcement discharged Tuesday by Public Relations Officer, 7 Division of the Nigerian Armed force, Colonel Ado Isa.
Colonel Isa said that the trap task was completed against the escaping individuals from Boko Haram psychological oppressors at Gwadala town in the northern piece of Borno state.
The military representative said that during the activity contact was made with the culprits at Gwadala town hub, focusing on that troops ‘killed’ one of the fear based oppressors, while others got away with discharge wounds.
He said a few things were recouped including 1 AK 47 rifle, 1 dane weapon just as privately created ammunition and shots.
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“The projections for ambushes, leeway tasks and battling watches are a piece of the endeavors left upon by the hounded troops of 7 Division Nigerian Armed force to solidify on the additions and triumphs recorded so far in the progressing activity Halaka Dodo to guarantee the remainders of the BHTs are killed with the point of having an enduring harmony and security in the North East”, Colonel Isa expressed.
He further expressed that the Acting General Officer commanding 7 Division Nigerian Armed force and commander sector 1 Operation Lafiya Dole, Brigadier General Abdulmalik Bulama Biu cheered the chivalrous troops for their resoluteness and furthermore passed on the Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Tukur Yusufu Buratai honor for the triumphs so far accomplished in the continuous counterterrorism tasks.
Colonel Isa for the benefit of the division encouraged individuals from people in general inside the performance center to collaborate with the Military and other security organizations by sharing valid and opportune data to troops in their endeavors to remove the fear mongers and free Nigeria of rebellion.
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