Nigerian Army Rescues 139 Boko Haram Captives In Borno

1
192
Nigerian Army on counter-insurgency operation in North-East Nigeria. Photo Credit: Filed.

The Nigerian Army has announced the rescue of 139 captives in the ongoing onslaught on Boko Haram insurgents in Borno State.

The Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Usman made this known in a statement on Saturday, stating that the troops also destroyed most of the Boko Haram camps during the operation in the area.

He said the troops rescued 62 captives from Bitti and Pulka who were fleeing the Boko Haram insurgency.

w-initiative

Usman added that the Special Forces also rescued 77 captives including 22 women, 40 children and 15 men at Bama.

The Acting Army Spokesman said the troops were still destroying known Boko Haram camps at Bama, Banki and Pulka.

See Also: Nigerian Army Destroys Boko Haram Strongholds, Frees Kidnapped Women And Children In Borno


Got a news tip/information for us? Email info@thesheet.ng

Follow us on twitter @thesheetng

BBM Channel: C0042057A

Like us on Facebook @ www.facebook.com / The Sheet

This is a 2015 Copyright of thesheet.ng. You may wish to request express approval from thesheet.ng to republish

SUBSCRIBE TO TheSheet TV

YOUR REACTION?
  • Nawaooo 
  • OMG 
  • LOL 
  • Amazing 
  • So sad 
  • Boring 
FavoriteLoadingRead it Later
Facebook Comments

1 COMMENT

Leave a Reply