Nigerian troops capture ‘Abuja town’

Hajia Sani

Some of the guns recovered in 'Abuja town'

Nigerian troops have attacked and cleared an enclave they called “Abuja town” named  after the country’s capital city, reflecting its significance and bustling life, as well  as serving as their logistics exchange point in the North East.

During the operation, the troops killed four Boko Haram terrorists and recovered two AK-47 rifles.

“The troops (7 Division Strike Group Team B attached to 22 Brigade) also recovered 29 rounds of 7.62mm (Special) ammunition,  1 Dane gun, 1  Bow and Arrow, 2 Laptop computers and 6  mobile telephone handsets. Others include a  big truck and 5 motor cycles,” Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, Acting Director Army Public Relations said in a statement.

The troops also invaded Yerwa and Kaluketu around Sambisa forest, where the Boko Haram terrorists kept rustled cows.