Army Uncovers Large Pit Where Boko Haram Dump Victims To Decompose
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30 (THEWILL) – Troops of the 7 Division Strike Group Team B attached to 22 Brigade of the Nigerian Army on Thursday stormed the general area of Bogoro, Duguno 1, Duguno 2 and 3 during their daily patrol meant to deny Boko Haram terrorists freedom of action in their strongholds.
Upon getting to reaching Mbaraka, the troops encountered some terrorists, who engaged them in a gun battle, but the soldiers prevailed after which they proceeded to Jadda village, where four Boko Haram fighters were killed.
According to a statement issued on Friday night by the Army spokesman, Col. Sani Usman noted, a startling discovery was however made by the patrol team as they found a big pit where the Boko Haram terrorists dump hapless victims of their deadly activities to decompose.
The statement noted further, “It was also discovered that Boko Haram held a lot of people hostage in Jadda.
“The fighting patrol team also succeeded in freeing the hostages and recovered an AK-47 rifle with registration number OF-4814, 30 rounds of 7.62mm (Special) ammunition, 12 rounds of 7.62mm (NATO) ammunition, 14 Dane Guns, 1 motorcycle, 2 Solar panels and food storage facility.
“Other items include 120 litres of AGO and packs of Panadol.
“Sadly, one of our soldiers suffered gunshot wound and was evacuated for further medical treatment. He is in stable condition and responding to treatment,” Usman noted.