Gallant Nigeria Troops Release Images of The Fury they visited upon Unrepentant Boko Haram insurgents in the Lake Chad

Nigeria Troops in Their Best Element
Taking Charge of Situation on the Lake Chad
By Blogger



A gallant soldier on his gun boat 
Following months of plea for them to surrender and embrace government's amnesty programme, the Nigeria military had last week showed a bit of their ferociousness upon the recalcitrant Boko Haram fighters in the Lake Chad region. 

Even hell had no such fury when the gallant troops decided to unleash a bit of what had earned the Nigeria military the best rated in Africa. 

A harvest of munitions abandoned by dead
And fleeing Boko Haram fighters
Even waters of the Lake Chad boils to steam while the caked earth of its islands quaked as gallant soldiers stamped their boots and moved their tanks into the den of Boko Haram. 

It could be recalled that about a week ago the new Theatre Commander, Major General Rogers, had announced that the troops had tactically rescued and evacuated hundreds of civilians that were held captives by fleeing Boko Haram who could not stand the soldiers "superior firepower". 

Captured Boko Haram fighters
The insurgents never knew that  was just a preamble to the hell that visited them few days ago. 

Having been boxed to a corner, the heroic Nigeria forces staged what could best be described as the worst  nightmare of the Boko Haram when they moved their tanks right inside the insurgents' den. 

Infantry troops, the pride of the nation's army, were at their superlative form, while the armoured corp displayed a distinctive art of mechanised warfare that sent smiles even on the face of late Lt Col Abu Ali, (the war tank hero who was killed in action last year), as Boko Haram fighters fall under a superior fire of owned troops. 

Boko Haram fighters den up in flame
After troop raid
 Nigeria air force took charge of the skies like the eagle while dropping bombs to smoke out the insurgents. 

The chief of army staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai had in his Christmas and new message to the troops charged them to sustain the gallantry and courage which they have recently exhibited in the cause of  the ongoing war against terrorism.

On Friday, the Headquarters of the theatre command in Maiduguri issued a statement that the factional leader of Boko Haram, Mamman Nur, was almost killed by the troops.

Nur was "fatally injured", said the military Spokesman, Colonel Onyema Nwachukwu.

But his equally combatant wife, however, could not escape the heat of the bombarment as she was reportedly killed alongside several other fighters. 

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