Boko Haram Fighters Attack Nigerian Troops In Borno, Injure Six Soldiers

Notorious terrorists from the Islamic State of West Africa (ISWAP) have left at least six soldiers of the Nigerian Army injured.

The sad incident happened during an encounter.

According to CmaTrends, sources familiar with the situation said the army troops were on clearance patrol on Wednesday morning around Burimari village of Ngazai Local Government of Borno State when the soldiers were injured.

The six soldiers were subsequently transferred to Forward Operation Base in Gajiran town.

The attack comes less than a week after armed bandits attacked a military base in in Zamfara State, leaving security personnel killed, others wounded.

At least 12 personnel were confirmed dead while three were wounded in the attack at Forward Operation Base in Mutumji, Dansadau Local Government of Zamfara State.

The attack also come comes even as hundreds of members of the terrorists group have ‘repented’ and handed over themselves and families to the authorities.

Boko Haram and ISWAP have terrorised the North-east zone and Lake Chad region for over a decade.

President Muhammadu Buhari had promised on several occasions to tackle the rising security challenges in the country though there has been no significant improvement.


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