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Navy hit terrorists’ targets, kill scores in Lake Chad, Sambisa forest


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The Air Process Pressure of Operation Lafiya Dole has hit Boko Haram/Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists’ hideouts and killed a number of fighters within the Lake Chad, and Sambisa forest in Borno.

The Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. John Enenche, stated this in an announcement on Friday.

The strikes had been launched beneath a subsidiary operation tagged ‘’Operation Hail Storm’’.

One of many targets was positioned at Bula Sabo on the fringes of the Sambisa forest, recognized as a settlement used as dwelling place by some terrorist commanders.

Nigerian Air Pressure (NAF) fighter jets and helicopter gunships meted devastating hits on the goal buildings, together with a logistics facility.

“In the identical vein, Dole, which is positioned within the Yale-Kokiwa axis close to Dikwa, was focused as a result of the settlement was being utilized by the terrorists as a venue to plan and launch assaults in opposition to areas within the surrounding areas.”

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Enenche added that the NAF assault plane equally engaged the placement, inflicting heavy harm on the insurgents’ constructions and neutralising a number of fighters.

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