The fight between our soldiers and Boko Haram keeps getting tougher and tougher. Yesterday we heard of the news that they attacked Yobe state. Good enough our soldiers responded and they were able to kill about twenty of the Boko Haram members. Recovered from them were weapons and gun trucks. This is what they use in fighting and our soldiers rendered them incapable.
The Troops of Operation Tura Takaibango were the ones responsible for this. They killed over 20 BokoHaram terrorists in Geidam town in Yobe State on Friday. Scores of insurgents severely wounded, troops recover weapons and gun truck while fighter jets destroyed two gun trucks.
This is a good work from our soldiers and they should keep it up. Soon enough Boko Haram would be forgotten in Nigeria and all thanks would be to our soldiers who are putting their lives on the line for us.
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