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Boko Haram: Army Constructs Water Boreholes in Sambisa

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Jude Johnson

The Nigerian military is making good of it’s promise of clearing the Boko Haram terrorists and making Sambisa fit for lawful activities.

To this end, the Nigerian Army is further consolidating on the successes of Operation Deep Punch II by troops of Operation Lafiya Dole, through infrastructural developmental.

The Director of Army Public Relations (DAPR), Brig-Gen. Sani Usman, said that “apart from road constructions, it is further consolidating it’s success in Sambisa forest through infrastructural development in the area”.

Usman said that the Nigerian Army has also constructed of a borehole in Sabil Huda in Sambisa forest.

He also assured that the troops will begin to enjoy water supply from the borehole.

Photo highlight of the ongoing borehole construction in Sambisa:

The Army Spokesperson also states that apart from greatly reducing the logistics effort of conveying water from one point to another by the troops, the water project will also assist the adjoining communities very soon.


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