The war against insurgency in the north eastern region of Nigeria continues to exhibit resiliency against the efforts of the federal government of Nigeria under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari.
This is new information coming out of the war-torn region indicates that the Boko Haram insurgents have yet to be weakened after six  years of combat under the Buhari administration.
247ureports.com gathered that the latest attack saw the Boko Haram militants launch at the Nigerian military staged in Borno State with nine  gun trucks killing two  soldiers and injuring many others – an undisclosed amount.
It was also gathered that the Nigeria repelled the attack and killed an undisclosed number of the insurgents.
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