Operation flush out: Army hunts for #BokoHaram in Michika

by James Sambo

The army is carrying out an operation to flush out the remaining Boko Haram insurgents in Michika and other neighbouring communities in Adamawa State.

In order to prevent the insurgents from fleeing the area, the soldiers have restricted nearly all human and vehicular movement from Hong to Michika.

According to a source, the soldiers, riot policemen and vigilante groups are carrying out a house-to-house search to flush out the insurgents hiding in some of the communities.

The source said, “You know, some of the youths from Michika joined them, and they attacked the troops in the town. The soldiers were able to repel the attack and pursued them to some communities outside the main town.”

“The troops have also imposed a no movement order on the area from Hong to Michika.”

The troops are also said to have recovered three buses stolen away from the College of Education, Hong, during the recent invasion of the community by the insurgents.

Boko Haram insurgents believed to be from the Michika area, had initially carried out an attack on a military checkpoint in the town but were repelled by the troops stationed there.

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  1. yes, i commend the military for their gallnancy and commitment to protecting innocent nigerians who are being murdered by these bunch of bastardS called boko haram.

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