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Troops repair road leading to Boko Haram hideout in Borno (photos)





- Nigerian soldiers deployed to the Operation Lafiya Dole have taken to repairing roads leading to Boko Haram hideouts

- The troops were engaged in voluntary work of road construction in Borno state

- The soldiers were spotted fixing bad portions of the road from Monguno-Kekeno-Cross Kauwa, Borno state

Despite the ongoing onslaught against Boko Haram insurgency in the north east, troops of the Nigerian Army engaged in voluntary work in Borno state.

The troops deployed to the Operation Lafia Doyle in a recent bid to totally wipe out the fleeing terrorists' fighters took to addressing access to major roads in the state.

In photos seen on social media, some soldiers were pictured constructing a bridge leading to the secret hideout of the radical Islamic sect.

Troops renovate road leading to Boko Haram hideout in Borno

The soldiers were spotted fixing bad portions of the road from Monguno-Kekeno-Cross Kauwa, Borno state
Source: UGC

In what can be described as display selflessness and rare patriotism, the troops proved that they are not only engaged in the counter-insurgency operations but are also working hard to mend the abandoned roads into the areas.

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The gallant troops of Sector 3 Operation Lafiya Dole were spotted fixing bad portions of the road from Monguno-Kekeno-Cross Kauwa, Borno state.

It will be recalled that no fewer than 50 Boko Haram fighters were killed by the Nigerian Army around the said road in April.

Troops renovate road leading to Boko Haram hideout in Borno

Nigerian soldiers deployed to the Operation Lafiya Dole have taken to repairing roads leading to Boko Haram hideouts
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerian Army's spokesperson, Colonel Aminu Iliyasu, said many of the individuals who operate the combat vehicles of the Boko Haram insurgents have been arrested.

Iliyasu said the Nigerian Army captured 10 suspected key Boko Haram members at Bitta in Gwoza local government area of Borno who were trying to escape sustained onslaught on them.

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