Nigerian Army tweets its praises on Twitter

Nigerian soldiers patrol on October 12, 2019, after gunmen suspected of belonging to the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) group raided the village of Tungushe, killing a soldier and three residents. - Four civilians and three soldiers have been killed in attacks in northeastern Nigeria blamed on jihadist fighters, local residents and militias said on October 12, 2019. (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

Brief – The Nigerian Army has been praising itself on Twitter, saying its counterinsurgency operations are yielding fruitful and positive outcomes.

It boasted that recent successes included the surrendering of 204 Jamā’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’way Wa’l-Jihād (JAS), better known as Boko Haram, fighters and their families in the Bama Local Government Area of Borno State; that two former abducted Chibok schoolgirls had been found; and that it had killed “scores of insurgents” and recovered weapons.

Its ongoing offensive onslaught by the troops of Operation Desert Sanity had “neutralised” Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) fighters around Gurzum in Borno State, destroying “terrorists’ markets and camps” and recovering weapons.

Bulama Audu Bukarti, a senior analyst in the Extremism Policy Unit of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, posted on his Twitter site that ISIS had released a video in which it paid tribute to 23 ISWAP commanders who were killed by the security forces, saying it was a huge loss.


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Mbodou Hassane Moussa

Journaliste de formation et de profession. Passionné par l'écriture, le digital et les médias sociaux, ces derniers n'ont aucun secret pour lui. Il a embrassé très tôt l'univers des médias et de la Communication. Titulaire d'une Licence en journalisme et d'un Master en Management des projets, Mbodou Hassan Moussa est éditeur Web du journal en ligne Toumaï Web Médias. Aujourd'hui, il est devenu Webmaster à la Radio Ndarason internationale et collabore à la réalisation du journal en langue française et dialecte Kanembou.

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