Borno Council Boss ‘Narrowly’ Escape Boko Haram Ambush, 6 Soldiers Injured. PICS

adehanz Nov 27, 2016 0

The Caretaker Chairman of Gwoza local government area of Borno State, Hon Saeed Salisu Sambo, on Saturday morning narrowly escape death from a Boko Haram ambush on his convoy around Bama town while on his way from Gwoza to Maiduguri. But six soldiers of the 121 Task Force Battalion Pulka who were providing him security cover were injured as they attempted to clear the ambush.

According to reports, more than 20 Boko Haram insurgents were killed while many fled due to the superior power of soldiers.

Confirming the incident to Daily Correspondents, the Caretaker Chairman said: “The incident happened at about 5km into Bama town, 10am (on Saturday) after living Nguro-Soye.

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“The insurgent detonated an IED, followed by sporadic gunshots which was repelled by the gallant soldiers.

“Six (6) soldiers sustain various degrees of injuries, and more than twenty of heinous actors (BH) were killed by the rocket launcher fired by troops as I vividly saw them running away, as the military engage them in response,” the council boss said.

Hon Sambo gave the list of soldiers injured as: Sgt Onu Oga, Cpl Jonah Inji, Lcpl Dauda Isa, Lcpl Lawal Yahaya, Cpl Oku Sunday and Pte Austin Matthew.

Credit; Daily Correspondents

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