As part of the continued offensive operations against the Boko Haram terrorists, troops of 7 Brigade have today entered and cleared Gudumbali town, Kukawa Local
Government Area of Borno State.
During the operation, quite a number of the terrorists were killed their weapons and equipment were destroyed. The troops are currently doing clearance operations in the general area.
In statement issued by the Acting Director Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Usman recalled that the Nigerian Air Force has inflicted heavy damage on the terrorists’ camps within the general area last Monday.
In a related development, troops of 5 Brigade Explosive Ordinance Devices (EOD) Unit while advancing towards Dikwa ran into landmines buried by the terrorists.
Unfortunately, 2 soldiers lost their lives, while 2 others were critically injured. The bodies of the two gallant soldiers have been evacuated, to the rear, while the other two wounded soldiers have also been evacuated and are receiving treatment at the military hospital. The unit also lost a Mowag Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) due to the buried landmine between old Marte and Kerenoa junction in Guzamala Local Government Area of Borno State.
Despite this sad event, the troops are not deterred as they continued their advance and pursuing the terrorists to their enclaves in Sambisa forest. Similarly, it is important to note that troops in the various formations and units in Operation LAFIYA DOLE are in high spirit and more determined to destroy the terrorists’ camps and enclaves.
Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman
Acting Director Army Public Relations
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