According to newsmen, "Nigerian Soldiers are pictured in action fully concealed in camouflage gear green leaves and foliage in the shapes of trees and small bushes to match the surroundings of the forest. This is in order to move around undetected though they are in plain sight."
I will also like to let you know that, many Nigerians are not impressed with the strategy they used as to fight the Boko Haram.
Modestofynest wrote: "Why all this grass dress rehearsal? I thought Boko Haram have been technically defeated? Am disappointed.
Halfricanadian wrote: "I don't tire for Nigerian army. What kind of thing is this?
Dan wrote: "More success to you guys."
Joe wrote: "No wonder we lost them in droves. A man at the war front could have the guts to put of his sides mode of operations and war strategy on the know of their enemy? Sorry!
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