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Army Says 247 Civilians Have Been Rescued From Boko Haram - RiskMap

2.6.16

Army Says 247 Civilians Have Been Rescued From Boko Haram - RiskMap: Nigerian troops involved in Operation Lafiya Dole as well as their counterparts from neighboring countries, under the Multinational Joint Task Force, have announced significant progress in their efforts to clear the remnants of Boko Haram terrorists in their respective areas of operation.

The statement said the troops have collectively rescued a total of 247 people abducted by Boko Haram.

According to Mr. Usman, on May 30th, troops of 81st Battalion, 251st Task Force Battalion, and 25th Task Force Brigade, received 79 people who claimed to have fled Ngwalimiri village in Borno State where they were held captive by Boko Haram.


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