ISWAP Releases Video Showing Attack On Army Institute In Borno

ISWAP Releases Video Showing Attack On Army Institute In Borno
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Hassan Jirgi, Maiduguri

Members of  the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) has released a new video of its fighters attacking Tukur Yusufu Buratai Institute for War and Peace (TBI), a research Institute of the Nigerian Army University, located in Buratai Village, Biu Local Government Area of Borno State.

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The insurgents were seen firing in different directions, with no resistance from troops, insurgents also pulled down flags on the campus and torched some military vehicles on ground.

AljazirahNigeria, had earlier reported how insurgents raided the institute on Monday.

Another Sources confirmed that insurgents stormed the community on Monday at the late hour, shooting heavy artillery and burnt down four cars.

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“Most residents have fled to Moringa, another town in Biu. Local government, the ISWAP came in large numbers shooting RPGs and anti-aircraft guns,” a security source said.

According to the statement from the management of Army University Biu, it was confirmed that two civilians lost their lives during the attack while normalcy had since returned.

“The terrorists who came in their numbers were met by superior firepower forcing them to retreat in disarray. Unfortunately, 2 civilian staff of the Institute paid the supreme price.

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“Management wishes to commend troops for their gallantry during the attack and to commiserate with families of the fallen staff.

“Finally, management wishes to assure the general public that the Institute remains 100% operational as Security has been beefed up in the general area,” the statement added.

Insurgents have continued to attack both military and civilians in Borno and other parts of the North East.

Buratai is the country home of the immediate past Chief of Army Staff and current Nigerian Ambassador to the Republic of Benin, Tukur Buratai.

AljazirahNigeria, could be recall that erlier in the week, Governor Babagana Zulum said two local government areas in the state were still under Boko Haram control.

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