Army Begins Road Construction Project In Sambisa Forest As Boko Haram Loses Territory

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February 1st, 2018 – Army Begins Road Construction Project In Sambisa Forest As Boko Haram Loses Territory

A major road construction project has commenced in the dreaded Sambisa forest.

The Nigerian Army said it has commenced construction of sole major roads leading to the Sambisa forest.

Director, Army Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, who made this known in a statement, said the road construction was aimed at making the forest, hitherto occupied by the Boko Haram terrorists, habitable and training ground.

Gen. Usman, who made this known in a statement, said

“In its determined efforts of making Sambisa forest a habitable and also training ground, the Nigerian Army is following up its ongoing clearance operations with road construction into main heartland of the forest and adjoining towns.

“Already, work has commenced in earnest along Gwoza-Yamteke-Bitta road, as well as the reconstruction of the road from Gwoza-Yamteke-Bitta-Tokumbere, leading into Sambisa forest.

5 thoughts on “Army Begins Road Construction Project In Sambisa Forest As Boko Haram Loses Territory

  1. Why not channel that to rehabilitate all the Federal roads where people are living and use on daily basis, almost all the federal roads and states are dead trap….now you people are busy connecting with Niger republic and to make it easier for your Fulani terrorist to be penetrating…clueless administration.

  2. This photo did not show the so call Sabisia forest, because I can see Electric poles don’t fool us, how come about the poles ?????

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