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Special Forces killed several ISWAP terrorists  in a failed ambush

By; Zagazola Makama
 
Again Several Islamic State of the West African Province (ISWAP) terrorists on Monday met their waterloo in the hands of the troops of 25 Task Force Brigade, Operation Hadin Kai in Damboa, Borno State.

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It was gathered that the terrorists met a humiliating defeat when they launched a failed ambush in a convoy of  attack in komala village along the road from Damboa to Maiduguri.

An Intelligence Sources, informed Zagazola Makama, a counter-insurgency expert and security analyst in Lake Chad that the insurgents on hilux trucks, MRAP and motorcycles, attacked the troops who were on fighting patrol.
The sources said that the troops stwifly responded with a heavy gun fire.

He said that efforts of the  Air Task Force and the ground troops led to the led to the elimination of several of the insurgents, while others escaped.
“We also  succeeded in collecting one Guntruck, MRAP as well as three 3 motorcycles from the terrorists.

“ISWAP terrorists have continued to suffer humiliating defeat in the hands of our troops. On January 13, the troops killed several of the terrorists  and destroyed their MRAP when they attacked own troops in Azir.

“The baggers attempted to try their luck on us but God was on our side. The victory is very glaring,”he said.
 

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