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The Chadian army has taken the war to the Nigerian Boko Haram insurgents, killing 100 of its members in Magumeri, a local government in the northern Borno, and setting Nigerian soldiers held captive free.
Sources from the Lake Chad region who spoke to WAR on Sunday morning said told West African Reporters that the Chadian soldiers took over the camps of the Boko Haram insurgents in an onslaught led by the President.
Pictured, catches of ammunition the Chadian government recovered from Boko Haram.
One of the sources said the insurgents are on the run while struggling for survival. He disclosed how Mr. Idriss Déby, the Chadian President is moving around with Helicopter ensuring that Boko Haram members are destroyed by the Country’s army force.
After the Chadian army lost over 92 of its soldiers to a Boko Haram ambush, Mr. Idriss Déby, the country president declared the Lake Chad borderlands a war zone.
Déby traveled to the region to announce the Wrath of Boma operation, named after the island where Boko Haram launched a seven-hour assault that Déby said was the worst the country’s military had ever suffered.
Since the launch of Boma operation, the Boko Haram insurgents have been hit hard by the Chadian soldiers with the hope of the insurgents been destroyed by the Chadian troops.
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