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Six Boko Haram members dead as troops foil attack in Borno




The Nigerian Military has confirmed six useless because the troops of Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK) foiled an assault by Boko Haram insurgents in Kumshe city, Borno State.


The Director, Military Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu made this identified in a press release on Sunday in Abuja.

Nwachukwu mentioned the troopers deployed on the Ahead Operational Base (FOB) of the 152 Battalion, Kumshe, gallantly handled the terrorists who tried infiltrating into their camp.

He disclosed that the terrorists, mounted on 4 gun vans and a number of other bikes, had been met with fierce hearth whereas trying to infiltrate and assault the camp by way of the northern a part of the troops’ deployment.

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This resulted within the killing of six of them.

“The troops through the encounter remained dogged and sustained heavy gun hearth on the terrorists and compelled the terrorists to flee in whole disarray.

“They captured six AK 47 Rifles, one handheld grenade, assorted medication and different First Assist objects,” Nwachukwu mentioned.

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