Nigerian Gallant Soldiers Rescued 2 women, 5 Children After Neutralizing Boko Haram Members In Gwoza, Borno State
Nigerian gallant army have done remarkably well after rescuing 7 kidnapped victims from Boko Haram terrorists in Gwoza, Borno State. The troop also swept 9 identified isolated Boko Haram Terrorists structures and farmlands in Gwoza area.
The gallant troops of 192 Battalion supported by the Air Task Force were able to neutralize 5 Boko Haram fighters while the rest were on the run after sustaining gunshots injuries.
The attack was carried out by a well organised troops of Operation Lafiya Dole in Gwoza Local Government Area of the state based on authentic intelligence on Sunday, September 6, 2020.
Nigerian Army are really trying. They have maintained fierce attack against ISWAP elements especially in the Northeast part of the country.
They have saved the area by dominating it with aggressive patrols. May God continue to guide and protect them for us.
However, the Military High Command have congratulates the troop for their unrelentless effort against the Boko Haram terrorists in the North-East zone of the country.
Source:It was tweeted on twitter by The Defence HQ Nigeria Verified twitter handle this morning, being September 7, 2020 with this caption:
"Operation Lafiya Dole:Troop Neutralize Boko Haram/ISWAP Elements, Rescue Kidnapped Victims In Gwoza Local Government Area Of Borno State"
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