Nigeria army destroys Boko Haram fuel depot in Borno
ABUJA, (CAJ News) – NIGERIAN Army has announced the discovery of another Boko Haram fuel dump at Abbaganaram in Maiduguri, Borno State.
This was confirmed by Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman the Acting Director of Army Public Relations, confirmed the discovery.
He said this followed a tip off by citizens.
“During the operation, one person, Musa Abba, was arrested such items as 111 drums of AGO, 1 empty drum, 192 of 25 litres jerrycans, a bus and a car were recovered and confiscated.
Usman added that the fuel depot was used to stockpile petroleum, oil and lubricants by Boko Haram terrorists and their equally heartless collaborators for onward movement to the terrorists camps in Sambisa forest.
“Over time we have been exhorting the public especially the residence of the north eastern part of the country which has been mostly affected by the acts of the Boko Haram terrorists to cooperate fully with the military and the security agencies,” Usman added.
He said it was gratifying to note that such call is being heeded to by overwhelming majority of people as exemplified by the courageous and patriotic efforts of the citizens that exposed this fuel dump in their
“It is important that people should see the fight against the security menace of Boko Haram terrorism as collective responsibility,” Usman said.
– CAJ News
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