Showing posts with label Nigerian Troops. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nigerian Troops. Show all posts

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Boko Haram: Shekau impersonator killed by Nigerian troops?

The Nigerian military may have recorded a major victory in the war against Boko Haram as the man suspected to be mimicking late Abubakar Shekau in recent videos from the sect, may have been killed during the September 17th battle in Konduga, Borno state.

A senior military source said "it is getting more certain that the terrorists' commander who has been mimicking Shekau in those videos is the one killed in Konduga on September 17."

Sources at the image making company of the Nigerian government, PRNigeria, say the death of the man believed to be the leader of the group is responsible for the scattering of the sect members in different independent locations in neighboring countries.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Very graphic: See pics of Boko Haram militants killed by Nigerian troops

Just received these exclusive but very graphic photos of Boko Haram members killed by the Nigerian troops at Konduga in Borno this week. The pic above is the newest CS/VP3 MRAP which was recently purchased. It aided in the victory of the soldiers within the insurgents. 
but warning biko, it's super graphic...

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Highly graphic Images : See pics of Boko Haram militants killed by Nigerian troops

 See more photos bellow.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Nigerian Troops defeated Boko Haram in Bama ?

According to Nigerian military, the Nigerian Armed Forces chased out Boko Haram from Bama town yesterday and even killed 59 insurgents but according to Punch today, I80 people were killed yesterday during the battle with the insurgents. 

They said the spokesman of the youth vigilante in the town, Barr. Jubrin Gonda, made this revelation. And according Channels TV, residents said the insurgents have gained control of the town. Witnesses say after the initial military intervention in repelling the attack. The sect members re-grouped and launched a successful attack on the town which they say is presently under the control of the sect. 


Monday, September 1, 2014

Boko Haram invades Bama, meets resistance from Nigerian troops

Boko Haram militants this morning September 1st launched an attack on Bama, the largest city in Borno state with the aim of taking over the town. According to reports, the sect men arrived the town and started shooting mortars, RPGs and hurling grenades but they were fiercely resisted by Nigerian troops stationed in the village. According to Sahara Reporters, a fierce battle is currently going on there between the sect men and Nigerian troops.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Boko Haram: Spouses of Nigerian Troops Block Husbands’ Deployment to Gwosa.

Dozens of women and children on Saturday forcefully stopped military trucks from ferrying their husbands and fathers to the Boko Haram-seized Gwosa by locking the exit gates of a barracks in Borno State, demanding quality fighting equipment for the soldiers. 

Scores of soldiers have been killed by Boko Haram in Borno State in the last few months, and many blame the inferior weapons Nigerian troops are equipped with to fight brutal insurgents. Reports say nearly 60 soldiers were killed last Wednesday in Gwosa, taken over by Boko Haram after hundreds of heavily-armed militants swooped on the border town. 

After locking the gates Saturday, the women and children placed themselves as wedges before the trucks that were to drive out of Giwa Barracks of the 21 armoured brigade Maiduguri, witnesses said.

“We don’t want to be turned another set of widows, give our husbands modern and better arms, weapons and vehicles or they go nowhere!” one woman was quoted by a source as saying.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Videos: Nigerian Troops 'Cannot Take On Terrorists', Claims Terrified Soldier & Mum - Foreign media

A Nigerian soldier tells Sky's Alex Crawford Special Correspondent, in Nigeria 
that troops are too poorly armed and ill-equipped to fight Boko Haram militants

Sky News U.K.

CHIBOK, Nigeria
May 19, 2014

A Nigerian soldier tells Sky's Alex Crawford that troops are too poorly armed and ill-equipped to fight Boko Haram militants.


Monday, May 19, 2014

Monday, November 19, 2012

Video Shows Nigerian Troops Shooting Captives

KADUNA, Nigeria (Reuters)
November 18, 2012

Avideo obtained by Reuters shows Nigerian troops shooting unarmed captives in broad daylight by the roadside in the northeastern city of Maiduguri, the bastion of an Islamist insurgency.


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