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The reign of terror within the northeast might soon be over, as the Nigerian army is not relenting on its oars in the bid to beat the December deadline set for ousting insurgency in the region.
The Nigerian army is bent on meeting the deadline set for the destruction of Boko Haram.
Official sources say the Nigerian military has commenced tactical offensive against Boko Haram insurgents in what appears to be a final showdown with the jihadist.
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Military sources have confirmed that the Nigeria Air force jets have begun massive bombardment of Sambisa forests.
According to Leadership, the targeting have already mapped areas believed to be hideouts of the Boko Haram insurgents.
One major target for bombardment is Alagarno which lays about 45km south of Maiduguri.
Alagarno is believed to be one of the most deadly camps of the Boko Haram, a hideout where the jihadists have been scheming in the past four years.
It was not until recently that deadly military attacks caused the dislodgment of some of the separatists.
The Nigeria army on Monday, December 7 began to advance towards Alagarno, the notorious hideout which also doubles as the spiritual headquarters of Boko Haram.
Col Sani Usman, spokesman of the army, confirmed the development, saying it was a strategic operation involving both the air and ground troops.
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The military chief said that details of the strategies would not be disclosed to the general public for obvious reasons.
Meanwhile, top Boko Haram leaders are reportedly on the run, leaving behind cache of arms and corpses of their slain comrades.
This is following the bombardment which began over Sambisa on Monday, an anonymous military source said the military is making real progress in ridding Sambisa its deadly occupants.
The presidency said there are chances that totally defeating Boko Haram will not be feasible in December, hence President Muhammadu Buhari has said the government is open to modifying the December deadline.
According to the president, the time frame given is only a guide line for the military and it’s exigencies of multiple operations across advice a modification.
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