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Troops kill scores of terrorists in ambush

Troops of 151 Battalion, 21 Brigade of the Nigerian Army, said they naturalised scores of terrorists during an ambush at their crossing point at Bocost, Ngurosoye-Bama road, in Borno state.


The incident, according to army spokesperson, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, occurred in the earlier hours of Sunday.


He said other terrorists sustained gunshot wounds during the operation.


“The troops recovered the following items from the terrorists; 1 AK 47 rifle with the registration number 1029, 1 AK 47 magazine, 60 rounds of 7.62mm Special, three bicycles, four empty jerry cans, a cutlass and the cash sum of N5, 600 only,” he said.



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