May 27, 2022

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BREAKING: Residents Flee as ISWAP Insurgents Attack Chibok Community, Dislodge Soldiers –

  • Suspected ISWAP terrorists have reportedly launched a new attack on the Kautukari community in Chibok LGA, Borno State
  • Residents are reported to be fleeing into the bush for security reasons while the terrorists fired sporadically in the troubled community
  • However, troops were mobilized from the army’s 117 battalions in the town of Chibok, some 17 km from the area away is

Chibok LGA, Borno State – Kautukari, a municipality in Chibok LGA, Borno State, is currently being attacked by suspected militants Islamic State of West Africa (ISWAP) Province.

According to TheCable, a local resident said the insurgents were on Tuesday, May 3, entered the community around 6:00 p.m. and began shooting indiscriminately.

The suspected ISWAP fighters set Be They say they burn houses while locals flee to the bush for safety.

Soldiers stationed in a forward military operation base (FOB) in Kada, just 2km from Kautukari removed, are said to have been expelled.

However, it is noted that troops from the army’s 117 battalions were mobilized in the town of Chibok into the area.

Troops kill Boko Haram/ISWAP spiritual leader, procure weapons

According to a Twitter post from the official address of the Nigerian Army Headquarters, the terrorists were arrested on Friday, April 10th April 29, killed during an operation in Manjo Ali Qere, Borno state.

The operation tagged “Operation Desert Sanity” was determined to have killed the attack on Thursday, April 28th.

Ex-Chibok schoolgirls who escaped from captivity b ag Masters Degrees in US University

In another report, two young Nigerian women, Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu, who were among more than 200 school students from Chibok in April kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014 earned her master’s degree from Southeastern University in Florida on Friday, April 29.

The girls fled and eventually found refuge in the United States States where they were offered scholarships by Southeastern University leadership after high school.

The duo are expected to receive their bachelor’s degrees in fall 2021.