Nigerian troops will comb Sambisa forest for Chibok girls today

by Kolapo Olapoju

It appears Nigerian troops will head to Sambisa Forest, in Borno state on Saturday, April 4.

According to TheCable, the purpose of the operation is to search the forest for the abducted Chibok school girls.

The troops that will advance to Sambisa are made up of the elite force of the military and soldiers specially trained for rescue operations.

TheCable report stated that a soldier participating in the operation said it is expected to be an important engagement in the war against insurgency in the northeast.

“We are advancing to Sambisa on Saturday to flush out the militants from their last stronghold. It is going to be a decisive battle because we have expelled the militants from other two states in the northeast. We have specialised rescue teams who will be participating in the operation. We hope to find and rescue the missing girls.”

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  1. It is not wise to disclose vital information like this before time.It may give those ragtag foot fighters to anticipate to operation.

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