Boko Haram: Nigerian army makes major interception – (photos)

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The Nigerian army has not relented in its effort to stop Boko Haram from carrying out violent operation by intercepting arms from suspects.

In a statement issued by Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman who is the spokesperson of the army, he said the raid was carried out following a tip from a citizen which led to the interception and recovery of weapons in Gamboru town.

He urged Nigerians to continue to support the army by providing useful information.

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Read the full statement below:

Troops conducted raids at Gamboru town early this morning following a tip off.

The troops recovered 3 AK-56 rifles and 2 AK-L rifles with registration numbers; AK-L-AGB 1172, AK-L PU2879, AK-56-2556688, AK-56-22622832 and AK-56-22622315, respectively.

They also recovered 235 rounds of 7.62mm (Special) ammunition and 7 AK-56 rifle magazines.

The Nigerian Army wishes to commend those good citizens that alerted the military for the timely and useful information that led to this recovery.

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This is the type of cooperation and support we always require from citizens of this country to enable us clear the remnants of the Boko Haram terrorists.

We wish to reiterate the need for all to be more vigilant, security conscious and report any suspicious movements or persons to the nearest security agency.

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In a related development, the army averted what would have been a terrible disaster as a bag suspected to contain explosives and planted near the house of the former governor of Borno was defused.

Usman said the planned attack occurred on Sunday, July 31 when passers-by spotted the suspicious bag which was close to the house of Malla Kachalla and alerted the army.

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