MNJTF Fighter Jets Bombard Boko Haram Leader, Buduma’s Camps In North-East

MNJTF Fighter Jets Bombard Boko Haram Leader,  Buduma’s Camps In North-East
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By Hassan Jirgi, Maiduguri.

The communty source from Maiduguri the Borno state capital has told to Aljazirahnews that two major camps of Boko Haram leader, Amir Bakoura Buduma, have been destroyed by multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF).

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The military sources confirmed that many Boko Haram fighters were killed, while those who survived sustained injuries.

According to our correspondent the camps, Kusulu and Toumboun Adashe, were located in the South-West of Lake Chad, and they were destroyed by offensive bombardments carried out by fighter jets of the Multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF) air troops.

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The MNJTF aerial raid was aided by the collaboration of French forces.

The counter-insurgency operation at the terrorists’ camps took place on Wednesday, AljazirahNigeria gathered.

Another source, said the Boko Haram faction has been having a running battle with ISWAP in the North-East and Lake Chad region.

It was, however, unclear as to whether Buduma, the self-styled Boko Haram ‘Ultimate Commander’, was hit by the military attack or not.

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While he operated from a border area between Nigeria and Niger Republic, some Buduma’s fighters were deployed to Nigeria’s North-west and dominated a forest close to Rigachikun in Kaduna State.

AljazirahNigeria learnt that the self-styled leader of the ‘ unrepentant Boko Haram, Bakoura Buduma reportedly appointed a deputy for himself few days ago.

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Apart from the massive surrendering of their members to Nigerian troops, several other Boko Haram terrorists, under Mallam Hussain Izharouddeen, were also surrendering to Cameroonian military at Moroa province

Aljazirahnews


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