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Monday, 28 November 2016

Photos: 6 soldiers wounded, 30 Boko Haram terrorists killed in failed ambush on convoy in Borno State

Troops attached to the 121 Task Force Battalion killed 20 Boko Haram terrorist on Saturday, November 26th. The troops were escorting local government officials including the Caretaker committee chairman of Gwoza Local Government Council, Hon. Saeed Salisu Sambo and travellers from Pulka to Maiduguri when the terrorists ambushed the convoy.


They fired shots at the troops and officials, detonated improvised explosive devices (IEDs). However, the troops successfully repelled the attack. Six soldiers sustained various degrees of injuries.
The council boss took to his Facebook page to recount the incident.
What he wrote below:
"Alhamdulillah, we thank Almighty The Exalted One for sparing our lives from the ambush of the BH. We scaled this attack with the help of our gallant Nigerian Army Soldiers of 121 Task Force Battalion Pulka, who were escorting me and my entourage from Pulka to Maiduguri. The incident happen at about 5km into Bama town 10am after living Nguro-Soye. 
The insurgent detonated an IED and followed by sporadic gun shoot which was repelled by the gallant soldiers which i can't deny to comment this gallantry work of the duo Patrol Commanders of the 121BN i.e (Capt. S. Suleiman and Lt. N. Ayuba). In the event of the ambush, six (6) soldiers sustain degrees of injuries, and more than twenty of heinous actors (BH) were killed by the rocket launcher as i vividly saw them them running away, as the military engage them in response. The officers injured were Sgt Onu Oga, Cpl Jonah Inji, Lcpl Dauda Isa, Lcpl Lawal Yahaya, Cpl Oku Sunday, Pte Austin Matthew and re presently receiving medical attention at Brig. Maimalari Barracks Hospital. We wish them immediate recovery, and to see them back to their working in the soonest possible time. Ameen"

19 comments:

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May God bless our soldiers aand keep them safe

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Juliet Iwuno said...

Well done guys. God shall continue to strengthen una. Linda take note!

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

Ehyaaaaa!

Uju Phil said...

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BONARIO NNAGS said...

Thank God for their lives.
Wishing the injured soldiers quick recovery.



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Jamila Shaibu said...

Hmmmmm

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Wishing them quick recovery

livingstone chibuike said...

I must commend dem for dis great job don

okechukwu nnoduechi said...

CHAII, I WISH THEM QUICK RECOVERY!






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junia said...

Good! Get well soon my soldiers

Chizzy Liz said...

******************************good enough ************kill dem all *********

Chizzy Liz said...

******************************good enough ************kill dem all *********

mentus mcfly said...

Why are we always feed with the story of killing millions of Boko Haram members and yet not a single picture to convince us? Please Our Diligent Soldiers,Its really not good enough your displayed with injuries yet your not showing picture of one Boko Haram member killed. @@@NAKWA ECHEKI@@@@

Mac Speed said...

Where's the photos of the killed boko harram...Stop fulling Nigerian you are killing boko harrams without vivid evidence cos even in a war combat pictures and videos are taken for documentaries. Save all this lies and show us the pics of the boko harrams you've killed cos if you can display your own pictures then I see no reason why you can't display the killed boko harrams.

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OSINANL said...

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Anonymous said...

The baffling question is, how did the Boko Haram know about the convoy so as to be able to plan an ambush against it. How did they get this information.

Vivian Reginalds said...

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