Nigeria Troops Kill 4 Boko Haram Bombers In Madagali, N'East Adamawa


Troops of the Nigerian Army has killed at least four suspected Boko Haram bombers in Adamawa State, Northeast Nigeria.
In a statement issued by the Army yesterday, the troops stationed in Madagali Local Government Area, Adamawa State, based on a tip-off, ambushed and killed the four Boko Haram suspects.
It said the insurgents were on a suicide bombing mission to Gubula town in Madagali LGA.
It said the troops recovered two AK-47 rifles, Unexploded Ordinances (UXOs), mortar bombs and N153, 385 cash.
It said the onslaught against the insurgents was a follow-up to the recent warnings given to the insurgents to surrender or face full weight of the military’s action in the region.
“It is worthy to note that the raid on the terrorists’ enclave coincided with the chief of army staff’s visit to the Brigade Headquarters in Mubi.
“The successful clearance operations and ambushing of the terrorists have further degraded them and saved the lives of many innocent victims of their suicide bombings.
“Having appealed and given the terrorists final warning, we will like to state that from now on the troops will continue to decisively deal with the terrorists until they are defeated.’’
The statement appealed to the public to remain vigilant, security consciousness as well as cooperate with the military and security agencies to enable them successfully defeat the terrorists.