#BringBackOurSoldiers| Missing Nigerian Soldiers Rejoin Units – Army Spokesman

by on November 20, 2015

The Nigeria Army through its spokesman, Colonel Sani Usman in a statement has confirmed that the over 100 Soldiers who were missing after Boko Haram attacks in Gudumbali and Kareto in Borno State have rejoined their units. It will be recalled that BreakingTimes exclusively reported that more than 105 Nigerian Soldiers were missing after a daring raid by Boko Haram Terrorists.  Read Here

Colonel Sani Usman’s statement described the incident as a slight setback for the Nigerian troops operating in the Northern Borno State towns of Gudumbali and Kareto, saying, the situation was being stabilized, adding that  “The troops have re-joined their units for further action.”‎

He ended his Statement by saying “earlier media reports were exaggerated. The CO (Commanding Officer) is currently with his soldiers”.

Nigerians on Popular Social media Site Twitter used the hashtag #BringBackOurSoldiers to express their opinion.

Omolara Adegoke- Abuja

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