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The Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Gen. Tukur Buratai Tuesday said the military has chased Boko Haram terrorists completely out of Nigeria.



Buratai stated this in Lagos after unveiling some office structures at the Albati Barracks.

He said those the latest attack by the insurgents around the Lake Chad Basin was done from outside the nation’s border.

Buratai said: “You cannot call it resurgence. We are taking care of all these. Wherever there is attack, we look at it to see what happened so that we can address specific issues.

“This is a conflict and we have done very well and gone very far. We have pushed them outside our territory. Those who attack mostly come from outside to attack our people.

“So, we are working with the multinational Joint Task Force to address that. They are very few and they come from across borders.”

On plans by the army to free persons taken into captivity by the insurgents, Buratai plan was ongoing despite the negotiations being conducted by the government.

“We are working on our strategy to ensure that all abducted persons, including Chibok girls are rescued. The negotiations by the government does not hinder our strategy. Any other arrangement done through diplomacy is aiming towards themselves objective.

“The army is collaborating with all security services. We are not overwhelmed nor over stretched. We are better trained, better equipped and have better intelligence.”

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  1. Please oga which people released chibok women and I want know if they deported from china?

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    1. Barak Wendy, forget this oga's talk. We know say no be true.may be his audience in Lagos believe him but here in the north east, that's not the reality.

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  2. Hahaha@ barak,chief buratai I hv beginin to lose my confident in ur comment..who are d people dat attack army barrack yesterday evening boko Ghost

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  3. Thought the army also made a statement through its Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Kukasheka Usman that one of their base in borno was attacked with 13 injured and others missing escaping remnants of book harem terorist? How stupid can an agency be?

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  4. 13 soldiers have sustained various degrees of injuries while many are still missing in action following the attack of troops’ location in Borno on Monday by the Boko Haram terrorists. Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman made this known to newsmen Tuesday evening....Oga please read this news, If lie call me personally and tell me...080NIJABOKO

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  5. APC government and "The Other Room" comments about the state of affairs in the country...!!!???. Well,as events are unfolding...

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  6. This Buratai is beginning to talk like politician. Who attack army base in Borno? You are an army for your information. Politicians can die many times, not an army.

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