Terrorist attack: 5 ISWAP insurgents, 2 soldiers killed in Cameroon clash

Terrorist attack: 5 ISWAP insurgents, 2 soldiers killed in Cameroon clash

- ISWAP and Boko Haram terrorists are still perpetrating their heinous acts

- In a recent attack, two soldiers belonging to Cameroon military force were killed

- Five of the terrorists were, however, killed in the attack that left many soldiers injured

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The battle against insurgency suffered a setback as terrorists suspected to belong to ISWAP, a faction group of Boko Haram, attacked a military base in Cameroon and killed two soldiers.

The attack, in which many soldiers picked up various injuries, however, saw five strong members of the terrorist group neutralised, Daily Trust reports.

According to the publication quoting AFP, the incident happened on Tuesday, May 26, in a small village in crossing Cameroon.

A Cameroonian military colonel, who was at the scene of the incident, made the confirmation.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the Nigerian air force (NAF) declared that it neutralised some key leaders of ISWAP at Jubillaram and Alinwa in Borno state.

NAF director of public relations and information, Ibikunke Daramola, in a statement on Saturday, February 22, said the ISWAP leaders were killed as they assembled for meetings.

Five ISWAP insurgents, two soldiers killed in Cameroon clash
ISWAP and Boko haram terrorists are still perpetrating their heinous acts.
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Daramola added that they were neutralised in operations conducted on Thursday, February 20.

In a related report, President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has demonstrated the will and capacity to end terrorism and all forms of violent crimes in Nigeria in the last five years, Professor Ahmed Danfulani has said.

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Danfulani, who is the current chancellor, CISS, appraising the performance of the current administration in the last five years, said one area where it has indisputably done tremendously well and saved the lives of citizens is security.

The professor said security is considered as central to the overall performance of an administration because it provides the base for other things like the formulation of policies and for planning as well as citizens wellbeing and infrastructural development.

He said an administration that knits it onions first and foremost sets out to secure the citizenry before any other thing as much cannot be achieved in an atmosphere of chaos and brigandage.

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