The recent success recorded by the Nigerian army is in continuation with the robust clearance operations against armed bandits and other criminal elements in the northern part of the country.
The troops following credible human intelligence report [HUMINT] were able establish the location of suspected armed bandits hideouts in several camps at Garin Maza, Tamuske, and Garin Bagwari villages of Sabon Birni Local Government Area in Sokoto State.
On sighting the approaching troops the armed bandits engage them in a fierce gun battle that resulted in the neutralizing of three criminal bandits. The troops were also able recover six motorcycle, and destroyed the bandits hideout.
While in a similar development troops of a forward operational base in Dangulbi Sokoto state, while on clearance patrol to Dan Kaka and Dan Kura village in Sabon Birmi Local Government Area, encountered criminal armed bandits and engage them in a gun battle resulting in the recovery of three motorcycles.
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