Terrorists Bandits attacked and killed seven troops on the Abuja-Kaduna Expressway, according to reports.
According to a military insider, the commanding officer received a distress call and dispatched his men to the area.
According to the Punch report, the incident took place in the early hours of Wednesday, March 29 at the Zuma barracks along the road in the Suleja area of Niger State.
According to the report, the barracks was not stormed and several soldiers were killed, but rather an ambush near the facility.
“The commanding officer received a distress call about bandit activity in the Diko region, which is close to the Zuma barracks. He sent out men, but they were ambushed, and seven soldiers killed as a result of the ambush. However, there was no attack on the barracks, contrary to popular belief. On Wednesday morning, between 4 and 5 a.m., the incident occurred “According to the source.
Aziz Garba and Garba M, for example, uploaded images of soldiers who were allegedly murdered by terrorists.
In a similar development, about 2 p.m. on Wednesday, the Air Component of Operation Thunder Strike bombed certain terrorist hideouts. However, the exact number of terrorists killed in the operation could not be determined.
“Upon receiving credible information that around 70 terrorists on 40 motorcycles and some on foot were sighted moving towards the Akilibu-Sarkin Pawa Road, near Mangoro village, at about 2pm on March 30, 2022, the air component of Operation Thunder Strike quickly scrambled an aircraft to intercept and neutralize the terrorists,” according to a situation report.
“The terrorists were then targeted with rockets in several waves, while those fleeing were effectively swept up with canons.”