BREAKING: After being massively hit, over 400 B/Haram terrorists flee Gaftari village to a new location


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YERWA EXPRESS NEWS has learned from credible and redoubtable sources Sunday night that over 400 Boko Haram terrorists and their families have relocated to Bazamri, a wasteland close to Konduga Local Government Area of Borno after massive defeat by troops of the Nigerian Army.

This paper on Saturday reported how over 70 of them drowned in a river, after intense military airstrikes in Gaftari and Shehuri, two villages located between Bama and Konduga.

Our sources confirmed that the remaining terrorists, along with their families, relocated to a new settlement at Bazamri, few hours after they buried over 40 of their drowned members, who they had recovered from a river intersecting the village.

They were believed to have drowned in the river while escaping airstrikes, as most of them had already sustained injuries that were difficult to survive.

'They relocated to Bazamari, a bush located east of Konduga. They moved with their families numbering about 400 after admitting that they were defeated by the Nigerian Army,' the source said.

YERWA EXPRESS NEWS also learned from the source that the terrorists have run out of logistics and weapons, which was another reason for their retreat and relocation.


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