Troops neutralise 4 terrorists, recuperate arms in Kaduna

Troops neutralise 4 terrorists, recuperate arms in Kaduna

Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Troops of Operation Forest Sanity

Troops of Operation Forest Sanity

Troops of Operation Forest Sanity have eradicated 4 terrorists and recovered arms, ammunition, in addition to different gadgets, in two encounters in Kaduna State.

Its spokesperson, Musa Danmadami, made this recognized in a press release on Tuesday in Abuja.

Mr Danmadami mentioned the troops had, on Sunday and Monday, responded to misery calls of bandits’ assaults in Rafin Sarki village within the Giwa Native Authorities Space, Kaduna State.

He mentioned the troops engaged the terrorists in a gunfight and neutralised two, recovering one AK 47 rifle.

He added that troops additionally had on Tuesday carried out an ambush operation in Rafin Taba village, in the identical native authorities space, and neutralised two terrorists.

In accordance with him, troops additionally recovered two AK 47 rifles, 4 AK 47 magazines, 51 (7.62mm) particular ammunition, 5 cell phones, one cutlass, two bikes, and N206,000.

“The army excessive command commends troops of Operation Forest Sanity and encourages most people to avail troops with credible and well timed data on prison actions,” he mentioned. 


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