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3 soldiers, 2 Civilian JTF die in showdown with Boko Haram •Troops gun down 3 terrorists

By Ruby Leo on 15/04/2018

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•Boko Haram terrorists
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Three soldiers‎ and two members of the Civilian Joint Task Force yesterday lost their lives when the Nigerian Army troops of 25 Task Force Brigade on operation LAFIYA DOLE battled with some Boko Haram members.

The Army said it neutralised three members of the group during the battle.

The Boko Haram terrorists had launched an attack on the troops.

In statement signed by the Director Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Texas Chukwu he added that ‎the troops  recovered weapons like a ‎rocket propelled Gun parts, fully loaded FN rifle magazine of 7.62mm NATO round belt among other weapons. (Daily Trust)

Source News Express

Posted 22/04/2018 09:17:18 AM


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