About 100 suspected Boko Haram Terrorists were on Thursday killed around the Lake Chad Basin and cache of arms recovered by Chadian troops in an operation led by President Idris Debby.
The operation condemned Wrath of Boma was launched by President Debby following the murder of about 92 Chadian soldiers by the terrorists in a recent ambush.
It was gathered that the operation was named after the town where BHTs killed the Chadian soldiers in an ambush that lasted over seven hours.
According to video footage and information from the operation available on the internet, Debby, who said he would not accept defeat from the terrorists, led his armed forces to battle at Kelkoua bank and Magumeri where they fired rockets and 12.5mm rounds ammunition on the criminals.
The troops were said to have also destroyed several BHTs bunkers, recovered cache of arms and arrested a top BHT commander.
At Magumeri, a local government in the northern Borno State, the Chadian troops were alleged to have set free some Nigerian soldiers held captive by terrorists.
According to reports, the Chadian troops have dealt the terrorists massive blow and have advanced into neighbouring countries with a vow to destroy them completely in few days.
Chad’s President Idriss Deby leads soldiers on the battlefield to eliminate 76 Boko Haram terrorists in “Operation Boma Anger” in retaliation for an attack by Boko Haram, in which they killed 92 Chadian soldiers.
“I will not accept defeat!” He declared. pic.twitter.com/Jxsd9x1Xzs
— Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) April 2, 2020
Chad don’t have $1bn to withdraw from a depleted ECA to buy weapons
Chad 2020 annual budget is $1.99bn
Chad does not have advanced weaponry like Isreal
But see the stash of arms Chad just recovered from the Boko Haram.
Chad has a LEADER. Leadership Nigeria has lacked in 5yrs! pic.twitter.com/SdKjuY9vQ2
— ???????? NEFERTITI ???????? (@firstladyship) April 5, 2020