Chadian army kills 207 Boko Haram insurgents in Gamboru

by James Sambo

According to the Chadian army, the country’s soldiers have killed 207 Boko Haram fighters in firefights near Gamboru, which is close to the border with Cameroon.

A statement by the country’s army revealed that during the recent operations, a Chadian soldier was killed while another nine were wounded in the border town.

Chad’s military also claimed to have seized large quantities of small arms and ammunition and two pick-up trucks on Tuesday, February 24.

The coalition of Niger, Cameroon and Chad have launched a regional military campaign to assist Nigeria in the war against Islamic terrorist sect, Boko Haram.

Chad deployed troops last month in support of Cameroonian efforts to stop repeated cross-border raids by the insurgents.

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