Fighters from Chad murdered 207 Boko Haram terrorists in conflicts close to a Nigerian boarder near to the fringe with Cameroon, Chad’s armed force declared in an announcement.
One Chadian trooper was killed and another nine were injured in Gambaru, the scene of general assaults by the sect lately. There was no prompt autonomous check of the Chadian armed force’s announcement, reports a news org. Chad’s military likewise guaranteed to have seized substantial amounts of little arms and ammo and two trucks on Tuesday. Niger, Cameroon and Chad have dispatched a territorial military fight to help Nigeria rout the Boko Haram insurrection, which intends to cut an Islamic emirate out of northeastern Nigeria.
Chad sent troops a month ago in backing of Cameroonian endeavors to stop rehashed cross-fringe attacks by the contenders, whose operations progressively debilitate Nigeria’s neighbors. The African Union a month ago approved the production of the local forces, which will likewise incorporate Benin, and is pushing for an United Nations Security Council order for the operation.