The Nigerian Army has announced the arrest of 40 Boko Haram logisticians.
This was disclosed in a statement by Chief of Military Public Information Office, Chad, Lt. Col. Kamarudeen Adegoke.
According to him, the logistics suppliers were arrested around the Lake Chad region.
He also said the Army incepted food supplies meant for the terrorists.
“In continuation with the activities of the MNJTF to clamp down on terrorist activities in the Lake Chad region, troops of Sector 3 (Monguno) on 11 October 2022, arrested forty (40) terrorist logistics suppliers during an intelligence led operation conducted on a suspected supply route. The operation led to the discovery of sixty four (64) bags of beans, two (2) bags of maize, and other large quantities of food items, which were being conveyed to the terrorists’ enclaves.
“Follow on operations led to the capture of another 300 bags of beans and 100 bags of corn which were destroyed in situ by the troops.
“Also in another related incident on 11 October 2022, troops of 68 Battalion on joint patrol with the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) along Mallam Fatori- Bandamari- Bari – Korarawon axis, made another breakthrough leading to the discover and confiscation of twelve (12) bags of fish and nine (9) donkeys suspected to be used in ferrying supplies to the terrorists hiding in the Lake Chad basin area,” the statement read.