Published on Oct 29, 2017 Greenbarge Reporters
Nigerian Soldiers have discovered a night market established in Boboshe in Borno state where Boko Haram insurgents display for sale, newly harvested farm produce.
The soldiers, of the 112 Task Force Battalion and Mobile Strike Teams of 22 Brigade of Operation LAFIYA DOLE in collaboration with some members of the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF), stumbled on the market following credible information from well meaning Nigerians.
A statement by the Director of the Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman, said that the soldiers carried out clearance operations in Gawa, Bone, Kajeri 1, Kajeri 2, Kube, Dubula, Boboshe 1 and Boboshe 2 villages of Borno State.
“During the operation, the gallant troops discovered that the terrorists had make shift night market in Boboshe with newly harvested farm produce on display for sale.
“After conducting a thorough search of the vicinity, they recovered three Isuzu vehicles, four Dane guns, one Dummy gun, suspected to be used for training of inducted Boko Haram terroists and mattresses hidden under shrubs, amongst several other items ahead of Bone village.”
The statement said that the soldiers rescued five persons that were taken captives by the Boko Haram terrorists gang at Boboshe 1 and Dubula.
The soldiers appealed to members of the general public to continue to volunteer credible information to security agencies in the ongoing clearance operations in the North East.
Sep 03, 2015