Following the sad moment of the Nigerian Army after losing 12 military men in the hands of unknown gunmen in Borno state another group of soldiers was murdered by the Boko Haram terrorists in a fresh attack. The attack which took place during the week claimed the lives of some soldiers who were on duty at Molai General area, Maiduguri.
It was reported that the terrorists dressed in the same manner like the Nigerian army stormed the base at the late hour of the night and start to shot sporadically for some minutes. Also, the terrorists attempted to attack the military formation which was nearby but they failed. According to a Colonel who reported that there were also some casualties on the terrorist's side.
Checking from records the Islamic State West Africa Province alongside with Boko Haram group has more harm to the country and its citizens. He added that the soldiers are now the target of the by the insurgent, but from their records, they have defeated a large number of them in their previous battle.
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