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Nigerian military begins massive Air offensive in Sambisa and parts of Gwoza

The Nigerian military says it has begun airstrikes on Sambisa Forest and parts of Gwoza in Borno state. As per an announcement posted on the Defense Headquarters Facebook page, numerous Boko Haram individuals have been slaughtered as an aftereffect of the airstrikes.

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The announcement underneath.

A deliberate air battle by the Nigerian Air Force is continuous in encouragement of the mission to clear terrorists from all their enclaves. The air strikes which today focused on the preparation camps and logistics dumps of the terrorists in Sambisa timberlands and parts of Gwoza have been profoundly fruitful as it attained to the points with obliged exactness.

The demise of an expansive number of terrorists has been recorded while numerous others are additionally hurrying everywhere throughout the woodland and out of the struck bases. Subtle elements of loss will be dead set in resulting periods of the operation. In the interim, the strikes proceed in different areas of the theater proclaiming the development of troops and different components of the mission

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