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Airforce bombs Boko Haram members receiving treatment

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), in a series of another well-coordinated air operations conducted on August 29, successfully attacked a Boko Haram Terrorist (BHT) camp at Tumbun Rego in Northern Borno, where some wounded commanders of the notorious sect were believed to be receiving treatment.

Intelligence report had it that some BHT commanders, who survived the air assault on the night of August 20, leading to the death of over 300 insurgents, had sustained serious injuries and were said to have relocated subsequently to the Camp at Tumbun Rego for medical treatment.

The latest strike followed the trail of the piece of intelligence to neutralise the suspected leaders of the sect who are high value targets.

While the NAF was yet to ascertain the casualty figure, post-strike Battle Damage Assessment mission showed that the degree of damage achieved was devastating as the buildings were engulfed by large fire