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Several killed as troops decimate ISWAP training Camp, facilities in Borno

Nigerian troops have destroyed an Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) Training Camp, along with some of their logistics storage facilities, at Tumbun Barorowa on the fringes of Lake Chad in Borno State.Major General John Enenche, Coordinator, Defence Media Operations (DMO) disclosed this in a statement on TuesdayEnenche said

Over 122 Boko Haram, ISWAP Terrorists Surrender to MNJTF in Lake Chad – Force Commander

Godsgift Onyedinefu in N'Djamena Atleast 122 Boko Haram/ISWAP fighters have surrendered to the Multi National Joint Task Force (MNJTF) in the Lake Chad region in the last three months, the Force Commander, Major General Ibrahim Yusuf has disclosed. Yusuf disclosed this on Monday at the ongoing inception workshop to articulate a

Military jets kill scores of terrorists in lake Chad

The Air Task Force (ATF) of Operation Lafiya Dole have killed Several terrorists and destroyed their hideouts and logistics structures at Tumbuma Baba, one of the Island settlements on the fringes of the Lake Chad in Borno State, which serves as a logistics hub for Islamic State of West Africa

Boko Haram: 11 Security Personnel Killed in Another Attack on Borno Governor’s Convoy–Police

*13 others critically injured Mukaila Ola in Maiduguri The Nigerian Police on Saturday confirmed the attack by suspected Boko Haram terrorists/Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) on the convoy of Borno State Governor, Prof. Babagana Zulum. In the convoy the governor was however absent has he chose to travel by

Nigerian Troops kill over 7 Top Boko haram commanders in Lake Chad

Troops of Army Super Camp Malumfatori at the Lake Chad Basin have killed atleast 7 top commanders of the Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists sect, after a clearance operation. The operation also led to the destruction of several identified terrorists' camps and hideouts located at Tunbun Gini, Tunbun Nbororo, Tunbun Kayoma,

Boko Haram Arms Stockpiling Indicates Long-Term Threat

By Eric G. Berman via John Campbell blog On September 2, Boko Haram (ISWA) militants reportedly killed 10 Nigerian soldiers in Borno state. Such bloodshed has become so commonplace that it often fails to garner much interest. International news outlets spilled little ink to report the incident. Nevertheless, the failures of the region's