Boko Haram utilizes extraordinary rooftops to sidestep air assault — Army


The Nigerian Army has said another trap utilized by the Boko Haram radicals to sidestep air location and bombardments by troops was to rooftop their structures with “mud and covered sugar.”

The Director, Army Public Relations, Brig. Gen. Sani Usman, said this on Monday, taking note of that the military had revealed the trap and would soon catch more Boko Haram administrators.

The armed force representative said a factional Boko Haram pioneer, Abubakar Shekau, had been uncovered in an awful condition of wellbeing and was no more a risk to the troops.

Usman stated, “The Boko Haram fear mongers’ trap of sidestepping air strikes has been revealed by the Theater Command of the Operation Lafiya Dole. The psychological militants culminated the survival trap to proceed with their loathsome exercises through their allurement, double dealing and purposeful publicity. These traps were decoded through tenable insight.

“The guerillas conveyed uncommon material methods to evade air discovery and barrage from the Nigerian Air Force. They turn to material their structures and dens with a blend of covered sugar and mud so the rooftop won’t reflect when there is daylight. Unequivocal measures have been taken to manage this misdirection.

“There is additionally almost certainly that the primary Boko Haram psychological militants amass factional pioneer, Abubakar Shekau, is in a ghastly condition of wellbeing and very little a risk. He is sitting tight for his waterloo. We dependably learnt that some misinformed people, especially adolescents, are getting recruited into the order through allurements.

“The groups have enrollment specialists everywhere throughout the nation, particularly in the North-East. In any case, their clearing house for such recruits is at Potiskum, Yobe State. Endeavors are continuous to track those included.”

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