26 terrorists murdered in military bombardments are buried by ISWAP members.


26 terrorists murdered in military bombardments are buried by ISWAP members.
In Ngala Local Government Area of Borno State, northeastern Nigeria, Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) forces have buried 26 members following prolonged aircraft bombardments and the killing of terrorists.

On September 9, the Nigerian military launched a coordinated airstrike against two ISWAP camps in Sigir and Yarwa Kuwa on the outskirts of Lake Chad, eradicating the militants.

A counterinsurgency specialist and security analyst in Lake Chad, Zagazola Makama, was informed by an intelligence officer that numerous militants were killed in the airstrikes.

According to the source, combat aircraft hit a group of terrorists near Sigir, killing 9 of them instantaneously and destroying a mosque-turned-building and a storage facility.

According to the source, another air strike was carried out in Yarwa Kura, which resulted in the nutrialization of 17 terrorists and the injury of numerous more.

After ISR operations, he said that "both areas had earlier indicated a significant presence of the enemies."

He claims that the Nigerian Military troops of Operation Hadin Kai have put so much pressure on the fighters and rendered them completely confused with their week-long sustained intensified intelligence-led air strikes, heavy artillery bombardment, and ground offensives on the identified hideouts and enclaves of the terrorists in the North Eastern Sambisa forest in Borno State.

However, he added, "the Air force, working in tandem with surface forces, will sustain its onslaught against them until they are no more as the jihadists continue to move from one hideout to another."


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