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  • Troops arrest notorious Boko Haram terrorist in Buni Gari
  • Maiduguri – Troops of 27 Task Force Brigade,
    deployed to Buni Gari in Borno said they have
    arrested another suspected Boko Haram
    terrorits.
    Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, the Director Army
    Public Relations, made this known on Thursday
    in Maiduguri.
    Usman said the suspect, 20, was arrested by
    the troops on June 25 while on perimeter patrol.
    He added that “preliminary investigation was
    initially difficult as he was found to be under
    influence of heavy dosage of drugs.
    “However, he has since stabilised and making
    useful statement.”
    The director noted that the troops of 29 Task
    Force Brigade also Discovered Improvised
    Explosive Device (IED) planted by suspected
    terrorists along Wajiro-Mallam Kuramti cattle
    route.
    “Troops of the 29 Task Force Brigade also
    discovered an IED planted by suspected Boko
    Haram terrorists while on patrol on June 28
    along Wajiro-Mallam Kuramti cattle route.
    “The team safely removed and detonated it,’’ he
    said.
    Usman said the troops of 151 Battalion of the 21
    Brigade also cleared an ambush by suspected
    terrorists.
    He added that “on June 28, at about 3.30 p.m.
    troops of 151 Battalion of 21 Brigade on patrol
    to Mayanti Village were ambushed by suspected
    elements of Boko Haram terrorists.
    “The troops successfully cleared the ambush by
    neutralizing some of the terrorists, while a re-
    enforcement was immediately dispatched to
    mop up the general area.
    “The team recovered a 60mm Commando
    Mortar Bomb, 13 rounds of 7.62mm (Special)
    ammunition and 51 rounds of 7.62mm (NATO)
    ammunition’’.
    Usman said the remains of two soldiers killed in
    action were also buried in Gombe.
    “On June 28 the remains of two gallant soldiers
    that paid the supreme price on Saturday June
    17, along Damboa-Biu road in Borno State,
    11NA/66/10788 Lance Corporal Auwal Halliru
    and 15NA/73/0188 Private Halilu Aliyu of 254
    Task Force Battalion were buried according
    Islamic rites at the Gombe military ceremony,’’
    Usman said.

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