Nigerian Army launches artillery bombardments on Boko Haram fighters in Konduga axis

From Melvin Uche, Maiduguri

Following credible intelligence, the Nigerian troops of Operation Hadin Kai have bombarded a mass gathering of Boko Haram fighters at Dawuri village in the Konduga Local Government Area of Borno State.

An embedded military media contact PRNigeria,  gathered that the terrorists were planning to execute coordinated attacks around Maiduguri and its environ when the Nigerian Army launched massive artillery gun bombardment on their camps.

A military intelligence officer involved in the operation stated that the pre-emptive strike by the Army was done after obtaining intelligence on the movement of the terrorists and the interception of their communication.

“Apart from credible information from the people on the movements of the terrorists, we were able to intercept their communication and devilish plans to attack Maiduguri and its environ.

“Their ugly plans were thwarted when the Nigerian Army launched an Artillery gun bombardment within the general area and luckily strike the mass gathering of the terrorists killing at least 40 of them while others escaped with various degrees of injury.

“The acting General Officer Commanding 7 Division of the Nigerian Army, Brig-Gen. Abdulwahab Eyitayo was so excited that he sent words of commendations and encouragements to the troops for the latest feat.”

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