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Troops regroup, restore normalcy in Gudunbali




The Nigerian Army on Sunday said it had restored total nomalcy in Gundubala and environs with combined effort of troops of Operation Lafiya Dole deployed to the area.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that scores of jihadists in gun trucks and various caliber of arms, stormed the town and engaged in fierce battle that lasted for many hours with the troops.
Brig.-Gen. Texas Chukwu, Director Army Public Relations, who disclosed this in a statement in Maiduguri, said combined troops of 82 Division Task Force Brigade and 158 Task Force Battalion conducting Counter Insurgency Operations in North Eastern Nigeria, had encounter with Boko Haram insurgents in Gudumbali in Guzamala Local Government Area of Borno State.
“The encounter took place when the insurgents attacked the community, set some buildings ablaze and quickly withdrew from the community.
However, no human casualty was recorded in the encounter.
“The troops have regrouped and normalcy have been restored. The troops have also been reinforced with additional troops to dominate the general area.
“It will be recalled that Gudumbali is one of the communities in Borno that were recently reoccupied by Internally Displaced Persons who had voluntarily returned to their ancestral homes.
“The people of Gudumbali community and Guzamala Local Government in general are urged to remain calm and resilient as Operation Lafiya Dole troops tirelessly combat the terrorists.
“They are also implored to maintain high level of vigilance and monitor strange faces to prevent fleeing Boko Haram terrorists from infiltrating and hibernating in their communities.
“The good people of the North East are assured of the unalloyed resolve of troops of Operation Lafiya Dole to continue to combat the Boko Haram terrorists in the region,”Chukwu said.

(NAN)
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