The Nigerian Army has retaken the economically strategic town of Gomboru Ngala, Borno State, from the Boko Haram militants.
A brief statement by the Acting Director, Army Public Relation, Sani Usman said troops took back the town on Tuesday.
“The triumphant troops are now busy with clearing and mopping up patrols,” Usman said.
The Army spokesperson stated that the triumphant troops are now busy with clearing and mopping up patrols.
Recall that on Thursday, March 19, 2015, it was reported that the terrorist group, Boko Haram had recaptured Gamboru Ngala town, where they were recently pushed out by Chadian troops.
It was learnt that the Nigerian border town with Chad, Gamboru Ngala, was left unguarded after the Chadian troops liberated it from and flushed out the insurgents.