Air Strikes by NAF Attack Aircraft forces 15 Boko Haram/ISWAP Fighters, to Surrender at Gwoza

Following sustained aerial strikes on their hideouts and enclaves around Jango village and the Mandara mountains, by the NAF fighter aircraft, a group of Boko Haram/ ISWAP terrorists numbering fifteen have surrendered in Gwoza.

Military sources disclosed that the terrorists surrendered to troops of the army’s 151 battalion at Banki, in Bama LGA on Sunday, April 3rd, 2022.

The insurgents who surrendered were part of those loyal to Bakura Salaba, a factional leader of Boko Haram who was recently killed.

The source said the surrendered terrorists dropped their arms owing to the aerial bombardment and aggressive clearance operation by troops of Operation Hadin Kai.

Consequently, “Two AK 47 riffles, one G3 riffle 1 X FN riffle, 1 X PKT gun, 120 Rounds of 7.62MM Nato, 31 RDS X 7.62MM special, 3 AK 47 extra magazines, 3 X G3 extra magazines, 1, 36 HG, 2, knives and the sum of N600,000 were handed over to the troops by the insurgents”.



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