Solar panels, guns, others found in Boko Haram camp (photos)

– The Nigerian military are not relenting in their
efforts to completely wipe out the remnants of Boko
Haram terrorists
– Interestingly, the troops are working hand-in-hand
with the civilian JTF and local vigilante in their areas of
– The troops conducted a clearance operation in
Alagarno forest and beyond in an early morning
operation today, June 10
Nigerian troops of 156 Task Force Battalion of 29 Task Force
Brigade in conjunction with Civilian JTF and local vigilante
in the area, today, June 10 conducted a clearance operation
to Yajiwa in Alagarno forest in Borno state.

One of the camps ransacked and destroyed by the troops
According to a statement sent to by the acting
director, Army public relations, Colonel Sani Usman, during
the operation, 8 Boko Haram terrorists camps beyond
Yajiwa were cleared.

A civilian JTF member bringing out clothes from the camp
The troops recovered several items from the camps. These
include 2 primed Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), 3
pressure plates, a 36 hand grenade, 2 dane guns, 7
motorcycles and 5 empty cases of 12.7mm rounds of
ammunition. Others are 1 dam

Some of the items recovered
The troops also recovered a vehicle top cylinder, a 19.5 tyre
rim and 4 size13 tyre rims. Others include a 19.5 rim tyre, 3
tyre jacks, 2 motorcycle tyres and 2 solar panels, as well as
2 small generators, 1 grinding machine, 3 Water pumping
machines, 1 Namsac sprayer and 1 bag of fried groundnut
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Some other items recovered
The IEDs were successfully detonated by the Explosive
Ordnance Device team of the Nigerian Army.
Meanwhile, the authorities in Niger Republic say they are
preparing to carry out a major offensive targeting Boko
Haram terrorists.
Niger is one of the countries that has been affected by the
activities of the group in the past. Since February last year,
the Boko Haram group have carried out more than 100
cross-border raids into southern Niger.
On its part, Niger has been working alongside other
countries in the region, including Chad, Cameroon and
Nigeria, to put together a joint strategy to defeat the