Another Goodnews From the Nigerian Army as Boko Haram and ISWAP Kill Themselves in Gun Battle
By BishopCharlie | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 40801 views
The Headquarters of the Nigerian Army through the office of the Director, Army Public relations, Brigadier General Muhammed Yerima has taken to their twitter and Facebook pages to announce the gun battle between the Boko Haram and the ISWAP which led to many deaths from both camps.
The Army posted on its twitter page that the battle of supremacy between the two camps left scores of their fighters dead. See the tweet below:
Full details of the battle was however posted on their verified Facebook page @HQ Nigerian Army. See screenshot below for the full details:
The Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) and the Boko Haram group were originally together until 2016 when ISWAP broke out and over the last five years, there has continued to be fights and battles between the two groups over which is superior to the other.
Ever since the new Chief of Army Staff got appointed by the President, there has been renewed and more organized zeal on the part of the Nigerian army to curb and totally root out terrorism from the country.
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