Cheering news is coming from the frontline: in a press release, the Nigerian Army Headquarters declared that the Nigerian troops rescued dozens of women, children from Boko Haram.
The statement added that the Nigerian troops cleared all known camps occupied by Boko Haram terrorists around the Banki, Kumshe and Bama axis of Borno state.
The Nigerian Army Spokesperson, Colonel Sani Usman, said the troops cleared the sect’s camps at Bolungu 1 and 2, Bula Doye and Cheehi Dare, rescuing dozens of women and children in the process and securing a very important bridge linking the towns of Miyanti and Banki in Borno State.
“The gallant troops also rescued dozen of kidnapped women and children held captive by Boko Haram terrorists,” Mr. Sani, a said. “The clearance by ground troops and aerial bombardments by the Nigerian Air Force continues till we reached the desired objective of defeating the terrorists.”
“Nigerian troops are continuing their deep and aggressive advance into former dens of the terrorists.”