The Nigerian Army has continued its dominance over remnants of the Boko Haram insurgents in North eastern part of the country.
This is just as the troops have recorded another victory over the insurgents in an encounter with the sect in Malari village of Borno State.
Texas Chukwu, Director Army Public Relations in a statement, said the troops of 222 Battalion deployed in operation LAFIYA DOLE, while on ambush operation around Malari village Borno State, decimated two Boko Haram terrorists, while others fled into the bush.
According to him, ten items were recovered from the terrorists during the encounter.
He advised the general public to report any suspicious movements or activities to the security agents for necessary action.
DAILY POST reports that during the weekend, Troops of operation LAFIYA DOLE arrested a wanted Boko Haram suspect, Maje Lawan at Banki in Borno State, northeast Nigeria.
Chukwu, a Brigadier General, said the suspect believed to be number 96 on the wanted list earlier published by the Army was apprehended after he infiltrated into the Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs camp in the area.
“The suspect is currently undergoing preliminary investigation and will be handed over to the appropriate authority for further action.
“The public is reminded to be vigilant and to report any suspicious person, movements as well as activities to the law enforcement agents for prompt action,” the statement said.
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