Landmines planted by associated individuals with Boko Haram guerillas have slaughtered at any rate seven trackers and annihilated two utility vehicles in Borno State.
Vigilante sources uncovered this to Daily Trust.
The occurrence occurred at Kayamla town in Jere Local government Area, around 20 kilometers to Maiduguri, the state capital.
The memorial service of the expired trackers was held at the University of Maiduguri Teaching emergency clinic before they were taken to Gwange Cemetery for internment.
Addressing DailyTrust, a top vigilante part, Musa Bukar, said the trackers were covered on Wednesday morning.
He stated: “We were on the lookout along Kayamla hub. We thought it was a typical tire blasted, yet we later found that it was an IED plant by the radicals.
“It was pitiful they experienced two landmine assaults on Tuesday.
“Immediately 7 of our individuals lost their lives and the harmed ones are as of now getting treatment at University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital.”
In the interim, troops of the Nigerian Army have caused further setbacks on Boko Haram fear mongers after the two gatherings conflicted at Tunkushe town in the northeastern piece of Borno state.
The soldiers allegedly ran into a snare set up by the fear based oppressors in Tunkushe which is around 20 kilometers from Maiduguri, the Borno State Capital.
It was accumulated the Boko Haram fear mongers showed up in military garbs and were driving two Hilux vans mounted with Anti Air Craft weapons when the military ran into them.
In the shoot-out that followed which went on for more than 30 minutes, troops of 212 Battalion of the Nigerian Army killed a few of the psychological militants, recuperated weapons and ammo yet two warriors were additionally injured during the activity.