Troops of Operation Forest Sanity have killed four terrorists and recovered arms and ammunition in Kaduna State.
The Director of Defence Media Operations, Maj-Gen. Musa Danmadami, disclosed this in a statement on Tuesday in Abuja.
He said the troops responded to distress calls on bandits’ attacks at Rafin Sarki village in Giwa local government area of the state.
The troops, according to him, engaged the terrorists in a gun duel and killed two suspects in the operation that took place between Sunday and Monday.
The statement read: “The troop also on Tuesday carried out an ambush operation at Rafin Taba village in the same local government area and neutralised two terrorists.
“They recovered two AK 47 rifles, four AK 47 magazines, 51 (7.62mm) special ammunition, five mobile phones, one cutlass, two motorcycles and the sum of N206,000.
“The military high command commends troops of Operation Forest Sanity and encourages the general public to avail troops with credible and timely information on criminal activities.”
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