Army kills 40 terrorists, recovers weapons

The army had on Monday carried out raids and attacks on Boko Haram camps in the zone, where a rocket-making factory was discovered and seized.

Army clears Boko Haram camp in Duwabafi village in Borno

The Nigerian Army has said its Special Forces, supported by Nigeria Air Force aircraft, have killed about 40 Boko Haram terrorists.

Defence Headquarters disclosed this in a statement, detailing the operations which occurred at the north east epicentre.

It said advancing troops of 154 Task Force Battalion of 29 Task Force Brigade, swept the insurgents' camp at Matali, Damboa Local Government Area of Borno State on Wednesday, Nov. 18, and seized weapons  and improvised explosive making devices.

However, in the last 48 hours, the terrorists have killed more than 40 people in Adamawaand Kano states in separate suicide bombing attacks.


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