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Three soldiers killed by Boko Haram IED in Borno

22 April 2017, 01:08 | Terri Saunders

Three soldiers killed by Boko Haram IED in Borno

Three soldiers killed by Boko Haram IED in Borno

Ezugwu who stated that his visit was at the instance of reports of Boko Haram terrorists attack on the troop's location in Sabon Gari, commended the soldiers for their professionalism in the discharge of their duties particularly their gallantry in repelling several Boko Haram attacks on their location.

It was gathered that the terrorists launched the attacks in trucks and motorcycles.

The army will also offer humanitarian aid to the region including medical support, it said.

Five soldiers were killed in action while nine others were seriously injured. Five Nigerian soldiers were killed and four remain missing. Army authorities did not immediately comment on the development.

Meanwhile, the Army Spokesman, Brigadier General Sanni Usman in a telephone interview with Channels Television, denied the incident, saying it's not true.

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The subordinate, who identified himself as Lieutenant Colonel Olabisi, said Mr. Enenche was holding a seminar with defence correspondents and will revert back as soon as possible.

Subsequent calls to his phone two hours later were neither answered nor returned.

Usman had said in a statement on Tuesday that troops of the 82 Division Task Force Battalion attached to 26 Task Force Brigade carried out clearance operations in some villages. Another assault Thursday, an ambush against troops on patrol, killed three more soldiers.

He said troops recovered AK 47 rifles, nine rounds of ammunition and 22 rounds of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ammunition. The insurgents' initial attack claimed the life of 5 soldiers, while 9 was left injured, the next attack that followed later claimed the life of another 3 soldiers, while 2 soldiers were injured.

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