Army officers discover pit, panadol, others in Boko Haram camp

Officers of 7 Division strike Group Team B attached to 22 Brigade on Thursday made a startling discovery: a big pit where the Boko Haram terrorists dump their victims to decompose.
The statement issued by Col. Sani Usman stated that “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.”
He said troops of the Nigeria Army stormed the general area of Bogoro, Duguno 1, Duguno 2 and 3, and at Mbaraka, and encountered some Boko Haram terrorists, who engaged them in a gun battle, but the troops over powered the terrorists and proceeded to Jadda village, a stronghold of the Boko Haram terrorists, despite recording a near fatal incident which involved an officer who sustained gunshot wound and his presently responding to treatment, they engaged the Boko Haram fighters in the area and were able to kill 4 of them .

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