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Military inflicts heavy casualty on ISWAP elements in Gwoza

Reports reaching DAILY POST in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, indicate that the Nigerian military have battled ISWAP elements in Gwoza town for nearly four hours.

The battle resulted to heavy casualties on the side of the suspected members of the Islamic State of West African Province, ISWAP, a faction of Boko Haram.

The report said the attack by ISWAP elements was coming less than 24 hours after 121 of the terrorists surrendered to the Nigerian troops in Gwoza, one of the 27 local government areas in Borno State and a former Boko Haram Caliphate.

A military source revealed last night that they (military) are currently engaging the terrorists in a gun battle.

Chinweuba Anyaragbuhttps://cdanewsonline.com
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