Nigerian Army Rescues 30 Persons From Boko Haram Dens

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Gallant troops of the Nigerian Army have rescued 30 persons from Boko Haram clutches.

Information gathered shows that the rescue operation was carried out by the Seven Division of the Nigerian Army in Kwayabe and Wufe wards in Dikwa Local Council Area of Borno State in Nigeria’s north-east.

Deputy Director of Army Public Relations, Seven Division, Colonel Tukur Gusau, on Monday explained that the rescued were 21 children, a six-day old infant, seven women, including three nursing mothers and two elderly male adults.

He said: “Troops also discovered a training shed inside the vandalised and looted Palace of the Shehu of Dikwa, where weapon handling and engagement of Aircraft were being thought to new Boko Haram recruits”

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