The Nigerian Army is not relenting in its effort to rid the north of terrorists.

It said its troops have killed 11 Boko Haram insurgents and destroyed a bomb-making factory at Ngala Local Government Area of Bono.

The Director, Army-Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Sani Kukasheka, said this in a statement in Maiduguri.

He added that during joint operations with the Air Force and Civilian Joint Task Force on Tuesday, the Army attacked insurgents’ hideouts at Mogole, Ngaiwa, Tongule, and Warsele villages.

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The troops destroyed the insurgents’ logistics base and a workshop at Ngaiwa village and an Improvised Explosive Device making factory at Tongul.

The director further said 85 persons were rescued from the insurgents in the villages.

Kukasheka said that the troops also recovered a gun truck; four suicide bomb vests, various IED making materials and three Dane guns.


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