Nigerian Soldiers missing, 3 injured in boko haram terrorists ambush along Damboa road

Chukwuemeka Anoh | February 28, 2018
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About eight soldiers were said to be missing while three others were reported injured when Boko Haram members ambushed troops on the Damboa-Sabon Gari Road in Borno State on Monday, February 26, 2018.

Sahara Reporters quoted military sources as saying that one Army gun truck was also taken away by the sect’s members.

According to sources, the injured soldiers have been moved to a medical facility in Biu for treatment.
On Sunday afternoon, it was gathered that a Nigerian Army Captain identified as Polycarp was killed by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Shetimari village in Borno State.

Military sources told newsmen that the officer was on patrol when the vehicle he was being driven in went over an IED, sparking the explosion that killed him.




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