The attack was carried out in an area identified as the Tillaberi region which is closer to the Nigerian border. The pictures revealed what appeared to be 122milimeter pattern Grad rockets mounted on the ground.
The 122mm 9M22U pattern Grad rockets were fired from the ground while placed at a vertical angle with the support of a stick.
The Islamic State in West African Province (ISWAP) has been one the most terrifying jihadist group operating in the West African region particularly in the Northeast of Nigeria.
The group has carried out several attacks, abduction, and killing in the Borno State and the neighboring communities regardless of the intensified operations against them by the security operatives in the region.
What is your take on the operations and activities of the Islamic State in West African Province (ISWAP) in the past few days?
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