rp_nigerian_army-300x180.jpgNigerian troops have reclaimed Goniri town in Yobe State in north-east Nigeria from the Boko Haram terrorists.


  • The troops took over the town on Monday morning
  • The Defence Headquarters announced the clearing of terrorists from the town on Monday morning
  • It is coming after troops battled the Boko Haram to take over Damasak days back


The troops completed the reclaiming of the town on Monday morning, the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) said.

In a tweet on its twitter handle, the DHQ said: “Troops this morning completed clearing terrorists out of Goniri in Yobe State”.

The development is coming days after troops battled the Boko Haram terrorists in a determined bid to retake Damasak, a border town between Nigeria and Niger Republic.


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