The troops are heard mocking the sect chief and asking him to return out of hiding.
Nigerian troopers have overrun a farm purportedly owned by the Boko Haram chief, Abubakar Shekau, within the Sambisa forest simply as troops efficiently repelled ISWAP terrorists who attacked Dikwa city on Friday night.
In a video obtained by PRNigeria, the troops stormed the farm within the Sambisa axis and invited locals to assist themselves with edibles earlier than destroying the farm.
The troops could possibly be heard mocking the sect chief and asking him to return out of hiding.
In the meantime, troops in Dikwa after repelling the assault by ISWAP nabbed two males suspected to be terrorist informants residing locally.
PRNigeria had reported that the terrorists invaded a army Tremendous Camp unit on the northern axis of the city on a number of mild vans mounted with machine weapons.
“The terrorists suspected to be aided by informants approached the bottom from two axes,” it reported, quoting a supply.
“One of many teams attacked from the northern axis in the direction of Marte street, whereas the opposite group approached the bottom from the north-eastern axis in the direction of Gajibo street.
“The troops on the bottom had acquired a sign of the tried invasion and retreated to Ajiri Group within the Southern axis, the place they relaunched counter-attacks with troops from Gulumba.
“A Floor Pressure Shut Air Help (CAS) element deployed additionally attacked the terrorists from the air destroying their guntrucks and makeshift camps.”