Boko Haram attacks African countries, killing more than 150 soldiers

 Boko Haram kills more than 150 soldiers in Chad and Nigeria operations in African countries

Boko Haram kills more than 150 soldiers in Chad and Nigeria operations in African countries

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria … News Time

The militant organization Boko Haram killed more than 150 soldiers in operations in Chad and Nigeria in African countries. Boko Haram militants attacked and killed 50 soldiers in the eastern province of Borno, Nigeria, In Chad, 100 soldiers were killed during various operations. In his statement, Idriss Déby, President of Chad, confirmed the attack, saying the militant group launched its largest ever attack on military bases in a seven-hour operation. The attack in Boma killed several officers and officers, he said. This is the first time that Chad’s army has suffered such a great loss. Bokoharam attacked Boma in the peninsula of Lac province. The island borders Niger and Nigeria. Military officials said the attack was so severe that it could not be handled. After the attack, additional troops were dispatched to assist the wounded.

Meanwhile in Nigeria, Boko Haram fighters targeted troops in the eastern province of Borno. Defense Ministry spokesman John Enenche said several army personnel were killed and wounded in the attack, however, the statement did not provide the number of casualties. The media has claimed 50 casualties, while some have reported the death of 75 soldiers. The spokesman said the attack happened near the Gonerie area, where weapons and ammunition were being taken on military vehicles. The vehicle was blown up in the attack, causing a large number of casualties. It should be noted that the Boko Haram attacks are a series of military operations in Chad, Niger, and Cameroon, targeting military installations. According to a UN report, since the launch of operations by Bokoharam in 2009, 3, 6000 people have been killed and 2 million displaced in northeastern Nigeria.


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