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Home Latest Sahel Sanity: 3 soldiers killed as troops capture bandits’ stronghold in Katsina
Sahel Sanity: 3 soldiers killed as troops capture bandits’ stronghold in Katsina

Sahel Sanity: 3 soldiers killed as troops capture bandits’ stronghold in Katsina

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Sahel Sanity: 3 soldiers killed as troops capture bandits’ stronghold in Katsina

No fewer than three men of the Nigerian Army were killed by armed bandits in the forest of Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State during an encounter.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Ag Director Defence Media Operations, Defence Headquarters.

The statement reads in part, “In line with their noble mission to rid the North-West zone of armed bandits, cattle rustlers, Kidnappers and other sundry criminals, on 18 July 2020 gallant troops of Combat Team 1, Operation SAHEL SANITY with the support of Air Task Force advanced and captured one of the notorious armed bandits strongholds located deep in the forest in Jibia LGA of Katsina State known as Dangote Camp.

“Initial resistance by the bandits was effectively subdued by the superior tactics and dexterity of the troops which resulted in inflicting heavy casualty on the bandits.

“At the end of the encounter, 17 bandits were neutralized while several others were believed to have escaped with gunshot wounds as evident by the trails of blood along their escape routes. Equally, 5 AK 47 Rifles, 3 Dane guns, 2 AK 47 Rifle magazines, 152 rounds of 7.62mm Special ammunition and 7 motorcycles were captured from the fleeing bandits.

“Regrettably, one brave officer and 2 gallant soldiers paid the supreme price while 4 other soldiers were wounded in action. However, the wounded in action soldiers are currently responding positively to treatment in a military medical facility.”

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