Operation Lafiya Dole: Terrorist Troops Flee with Gunshot Wounds

“During the raid, the superior firepower of the troops forced the insurgents to flee in disarray with gunshot wounds, abandoning a huge sum of money and several other items,” said Col. Onyema Nwachukwu. 

He added that the troops also recovered three AK 47 rifle magazines, 21 rounds of 7.62 mm (Special) ammunition, a motorcycle and two mobile handsets.

The troops also recovered the N2,280,000 from the hideout. Troops of the 153 Task Battalion with support of the Cameroonian Defence Forces deployed in Operation Lafiya Dole have killed at least 10 Boko Haram fighters at Ngelkona in Ngala local government area of Borno.

They also reportedly recovered the sum of N2million from the insurgents. Col. Onyema Nwachukwu, Deputy Director Public Relations of the Nigerian Army’s Theatre Command Operation Lafiya Dole, confirmed this on Saturday in Maiduguri.
Boko Haram Troops Flee

The operation was conducted by at about 11:30 a.m.

“The terrorists, who were mounted on horse-back were overpowered by the troops in a fierce shootout, as the gallant troops killed the insurgents and recovered two AK 47 rifles from them. 

Other items recovered from the insurgents include one Boko Haram flag, a set of bow and arrows, two mobile handset. and one Cameroonian International Passport.

“In a separate clearance operation, troops of 82 Task Force Battalion of Operation Lafiya Dole on Saturday night attacked and routed fleeing elements of Boko Haram insurgents at Ngoshe in Gwoza Local Government Area. 

During the attack, troops killed one insurgent and recovered one AK 47 rifle, 41 rounds of locally fabricated ammunition and four Improvised Explosive Devices (IED). The recovered IEDs have been safely defused by the Explosive Ordnance Disposal team he said.

“In another operational encounter, troops of 27 Task Force Battalion of Operation Lafiya Dole, on a long-range fighting patrol, on Friday 1st June 2018 successfully conducted a raid operation on Boko Haram camp in Yaridiri forest in Geidam Local Government Area of Yobe state. 

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