ISWAP running for troops onslaught  drowned as  82 killed in 24 hours  


By: Zagazola Makama


No fewer than 82 Islamic State of West African Province(ISWAP), fighters and their families have been drowned in River in North East axis of Damasak in Borno state


It was gathered that the terrorists and their families from the Lake Chad axis drowned in a  desperate attempt to escape massive troop incursions between June 2 and 3, 2023 while trying to cross over to Niger Republic. 


Intelligence source told Zagazola Makama, a Counter-Insurgency Expert and Security Analyst in Lake Chad that the separate incidents  were recorded between Bulama Modori, Kaneram, Dogomolu and  Jokka communities.


The River stretches from Komadougou Yobe, into Lake Chad through Niger.


The sources said that the terrorists attempted to escape for fear of battlefield elimination after they heard of the Operation Launched by military within the general area.


Most of those killed were women and children who could not swim while many others are  currently recuperating. As we speak more dead bodies are still being discovered.

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