Recently the military have made a good record of battling Boko-Haram insurgents to the extent of forcing the terrorists to retreat due the fact that they were strongly overpowered by the Nigerian soldiers. Reports is arriving that yesterday, the Nigerian troops resisted the attempt by Boko-Haram insurgents to take over a Military Base in Yobe State.
One of the interviewed troops said that the motive of the terrorists is now to target and take over every Military locations, while they attacked one Kumuya Military Base in Yobe State, they were focused on the sophisticated military weapon in the area. However, it was a good news for the Nigerian soldiers as they succeeded in resisting the insurgents attack with the help of reinforcement.
Although, the Boko-Haram fighters successfully set some part of the location on fire in addition to using heavy weapons in destroying some important military equipment, they also patrolled the basement during the attack to prevent the reinforcement of soldiers. The insurgents seemed frustrated and desperate but the troops were up to the task. Source.
According to reports, it w.asn’t clear whether they were any casualties from the both sides but the insurgents fled when they realized Nigerian troops had over powered them, movements has been subsequently restricted on the main road to them trail the runaway Boko-Haram terrorists.
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