Military Wipes Out Boko Haram From Sambisa Forest

The Nigerian troops fighting terrorists in the north-east have inflicted another crushing defeat on Boko Haram militants at the Sambisa Forest, in a major offensive against insurgency. Military authorities said ground troops and fighter pilots on Sunday, killed a large number of the terrorists in an operation described as ‘merciless’. Thousands of people have been killed and millions displaced by the militant group in the last six years, which at its height, saw the terrorists control some towns in Nigeria’s North-east region. Meanwhile, the troops overran 10 camps used by the Islamist terrorists in the Sambisa Forest on Saturday, prior … Continue reading Military Wipes Out Boko Haram From Sambisa Forest

Rescued Victims Say Boko Haram Is In Trouble

Women rescued from Boko Haram in the Samisa Forest have said that the insurgents are experiencing a serious shortage of arms and fuel, which is causing tension between the sect militants and commanders. The news emerged on May 4, Monday, after the rescued women had been interviewed, Vanguard reports. Nearly 700 women have been freed over the past week by the Nigerian army. The victims disclosed that the terrorists had been complaining to their captives about lack of weapons and ammunition. Many fighters had to carry sticks and some of the vehicles had no gasoline. Aisha Abbas, aged 45, told how … Continue reading Rescued Victims Say Boko Haram Is In Trouble

Nigerian Troops Dislodge Boko Haram Militants From Lame/Burra Forest In Bauchi

Nigerian troops at the  33 Brigade of the Nigerian Army, today concluded the dislodgment and clearing of Boko Haram terrorists from Lame/Burra forest, which traverse Ningi and Torro Local Government Areas of Bauchi State.    A statement released by Nigeria … Continue reading Nigerian Troops Dislodge Boko Haram Militants From Lame/Burra Forest In Bauchi

55 Killed In Bomb Blasts In Maiduguri, Two Markets And A Bus Station Targeted

At least 55 people have been killed in multiple explosions in the northeast city of Maiduguri, an eyewitness and security source told SaharaReporters. A man on a tricycle, suspected to be a Boko Haram bomber, is believed to have triggered the first blast near the crowded Baga market at about 11:20am, killing 13 people and injuring several others Gubio Kaka said. “He had wanted to enter the fish market but was stopped and in the process before he detonated the blast”. Gubio Kaka who witnessed the scene said. The second blast occurred barely 40 minutes later, which killed more than 25 people, mostly … Continue reading 55 Killed In Bomb Blasts In Maiduguri, Two Markets And A Bus Station Targeted

Boko Haram’s New Hideout: Escapee Reveals Details

Some of Boko Haram insurgents are reportedly living inside the cave of a huge rock In Adamawa state, popularly known as “Bekin Dose” situated between Michika and Madagali close to Sambisa forest. This was disclosed on Wednesday by one of the women abducted by the insurgents from Grata village in Michika local government area of the state, Mrs Hannatu Zira. According to ThisDay report, Zira said while in the custody of her abductors inside the cave, she noticed members of the sect always rush into the cave when there was any serious hit on them. She said: “It is a … Continue reading Boko Haram’s New Hideout: Escapee Reveals Details