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AFRICANGLOBE - The number of people killed in Boko Haram attacks in northeastern Nigeria have gone down by around 75 percent between January 2016 and July 2016 compared to the same period last year, according to a Nigerian non-profit organization.
AFRICANGLOBE - The Nigerian Army yesterday uncovered a massive illegal bunkering site located at Makoba Beach, about one kilometre from the Rivers Port Complex located in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.
AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria’s army said Tuesday it had liberated 30 hostages held by Boko Haram, including 21 children and seven women, amid ongoing offensives against the Muslim savages in the country’s northeast.
AFRICANGLOBE - "Amnesty International is advised to stop playing the role of an irritant coming up loudly only when the terrorists are losing and remaining silent or complacent whenever the terrorists intensify their atrocities,”
AFRICANGLOBE - An unconfirmed number of terrorists died on Saturday as 10 additional camps used by terrorists were overran in the continuing offensive operations against the terrorists in Sambisa Forest, the Nigerian military disclosed last night.
AFRICANGLOBE - The Nigerian army said on Tuesday it had repelled Boko Haram from all but three local government districts in the northeast, claiming victory for its offensive against the terrorists less than two weeks before a presidential election.
AFRICANGLOBE - There may be no hiding place for Boko Haram terrorists soon as the multi-national military offensives succeed daily in flushing the insurgents from their hideouts and captured territories.
AFRICANGLOBE - Nigerian troops backed by air strikes recaptured the northeastern towns of Monguno and Marte from Boko Haram terrorists on Monday, the military said in a statement. Boko Haram savages seized Monguno on the shores of Lake Chad last month in an offensive that also targeted a town called Konduga and the outskirts and the airport of the main northeastern city of Maiduguri.
AFRICANGLOBE - The loss of Baga should be a turning point for the Nigerian army to resolve to reclaim every centimetre of territory that is now in the claws of the Muslim terrorists.
AFRICANGLOBE - Scores of Boko Haram insurgents were killed in fierce clashes with Nigerian forces after they had attacked workers at an electricity facility in the volatile northeastern Borno State, a power company official said Friday.
AFRICANGLOBE - At least 54 Nigerian soldiers have been sentenced to death after being found guilty of attempted mutiny, an offence that attracts the death penalty in the military.
AFRICANGLOBE - "At the request of the Nigerian government, the United States will discontinue its training of a Nigerian Army battalion," the US Embassy in Abuja said in a statement. Two initial phases of training had already been completed between April and August this year which provided "previously untrained civilian personnel with basic soldiering skills," it added.
AFRICANGLOBE - Dozens of Boko Haram terrorists were killed between Friday night and Saturday morning in Abadam town of Borno State after a fierce gun battle with Nigerian troops.
AFRICANGLOBE - The Nigerian Army, yesterday, declared that its fighting efficiency was back to what it was known for, which is the pride of the nation. It said that it decided to put to test the return of its fighting efficiency in the battle of Konduga, Borno State, where its troops massacred scores of Boko Haram terrorists, captured its key leader and assorted war equipment to register their (troops) triumph in the encounters.
AFRICANGLOBE - Tuesday's death sentence passed on 12 soldiers by the Nigerian Army court martial after their conviction for mutiny and attempted murder was not only a “special gift to Boko Haram” but also “the surest means of demolising the rank and file of the Nigerian soldiers,”
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