In News by stephen abiodun on the 31st, August, 2020

Nigerian Military, Vigilantes Destroy Boko Haram Camp In Kogi, Nasarawa Border

Nigerian Army, Vigilantes Destroy Boko Haram Camp In Kogi, Nasarawa Border

Males of the Nigerian Military from the 177 Battalion and the command Military Data Lokoja, with helps from native vigilante, have cleared the camp of Darusallam, a terror group that has been finishing up its heinous operations on the border between Kogi and Nasarawa States for over eight years.

Darusallam camp, it was gathered, situated at Ittu, homes over 2,000 kidnappers, bandits and Boko Haram components liable for a lot of the kidnappings and prison actions perpetrated alongside the Abuja-Lokoja freeway.

In the course of the army clearing operations, it was gathered that one of many suspects was shot useless whereas making an attempt to flee.

Between final Saturday and Wednesday, about 100 individuals, principally ladies and
kids, have been rescued and brought to Lafia Nasarawa State, whereas on Sunday, at Achara in Tawari Ward of Kogi Native Authorities Space, about 180 members of Darusalam have been captured.

Recal that the governor of Kogi State and Chairman, Safety Committee, Northern Governors’ Discussion board, throughout Eid-kabir celebration, informed journalists in Okene that in days forward, he’ll lead safety operatives into the forest to unleash terrors on criminals working inside the State.

The Chief Press Secretary to the Kogi State Governor, Onogwu Mohammed, in a press assertion issued to DAILY POST on Monday morning stated “motorists plying the Abuja/Lokoja freeway can now heave a sigh of aid following the lethal blow dealt to kidnappers and prison components which were terrorizing vacationers on that axis for generally now.

“The logistics helps of the Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello to the Nigerian Military helped in no small measure within the success recorded by males of the Nigerian Military on this newest operation”.

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