Nigerian Troops Liberate Over 30 Communities




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Troops that recaptured Baga

In furtherance of their resolve to flush out Boko Haram terrorists from the North Eastern Nigeria, troops on Sunday night invaded Kukawa Geri, Gujba in Yobe State.
The Defence Headquarters in a tweet on Monday said “troops are dominating operations in Kukawa, Geri, Gujba in Yobe to rid the terrorists on Sunday.”
The troops have maintained the winning ways discovered since Defence Headquarters asked for a six-week postponement of elections for the military to be able to make every part of the country especially the north east safe and conducive for conduct of the general elections.
Since then, most of the local governments and communities previously occupied by terrorists in most of the affected states have been liberated.
PRNigeria gathered from authoritative sources that more than 30 communities have so far been liberated from terrorists.
Recently Nigerian troops routed terrorists from Bara, the Headquarters of Gulani Local Government Area of Yobe State and Gulag, the Headquarters of Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa State. Other locations also cleared in the course of the operation include, Shikah, Fikayel, Tetebah, Buza, Kamla and Bumsa.
With the massive military operations, the troops have also recovered Monguno, Marte, Gamboru Ngala, Dikwa, Baga among other big towns and communities.
Other localities where troops have flushed out the terrorists in the operations preceding the entry to Baga include: Gajigana, Ngaze, Ngenzai, Marte Junction, Yoyo, Kekeno, Kukawa, Cross Kauwa, Kangarwa, Amirari.
Other cleared communities include Monguno, Gabchari, Abba Jabari, Zuntur, Gajigana, Gajiram, Damakar, Kumaliwa, Bosso Wanti, Jeram and Kabrisungul.
Having successfully liberated most of the towns, the troops’ attention has now been focused on consolidation of the security of the areas to pave way for return of citizens to their normal life and for peaceful conducts of forthcoming elections.




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