Bloodbath as Nigeria army rout ISWAP terrorists …100 killed, leader negotiates surrender

Nigerian army troops and local vigilantes at the weekend routed and eliminated over 100 Islamic State of West African Province terrorists in the Bama and Sambisa axis of Borno State.
The troops supported by the fighter jets of the Nigeria Airforce pound the ISWAP camps a in a major well-coordinated operation. The troops, under Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK) launched surprise attacks from different fronts on the fringes of Sambisa Forest, in Bama axis.
“The operation was targeted at some identified terrorists’ enclaves at Gabchari, Sheruri, Mantari and Mallum Masari located in Bama axis of Borno State,” defence intelligence sources told PRNigeria.
“Some notorious Commanders suspected to have been eliminated in the massive well-coordinated onslaught include the so-called Ibn Hassan and Abuo Uzaifa, Abou Hauwa, Amir Shettima Bargo, Akura Buri, Abuo Zainab and Abuo Idris. They are the high-ranking leaders of ISWAP.
“The ground troops of the 199 Special Battalion and 222 Battalion of the Operation Hadin Kai demonstrated exceptional gallantry during the preparation and the execution of decisive attacks on the hideouts of terrorists.
“More impressive is the fact that the air support from our NAF aircraft engaged fleeing terrorists, bombing many of them in the process,” said the source.
Another commander of the terrorist, Goni Faarouq has signified his intention to surrender himself, his family and some followers to the Nigerian troops.
Due lack of food and medication and compounded by the rainy season which affected their dwelling in the forest, more terrorists are trooping out to surrender.

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