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OPHD SUCCESSFULLY STORMED KUYANBANA FOREST IN ZAMFARA STATE, RESCUE 2 BABIES AND 5 WOMEN

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OPHD SUCCESSFULLY STORMED KUYANBANA FOREST IN ZAMFARA STATE, RESCUE 2 BABIES AND 5 WOMEN                                                      14-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                              Troops of Operation Hadarin Daji (OPHD) have successfully stormed Kuyambana Forest in Zamfara State, rescuing two babies and five women who were kidnapped in January 2024 from Marange Village in Kagara Local Government Area of Niger State.

This was contained in press release signed and made available to Africa 247 in Gusau by the information officer of the OPHD Lieutenant Suleiman Omale, saying the victims, who endured months of captivity, were liberated following relentless offensive operations carried out by vigilant troops in the Kuyambana General area of Zamfara State.

He noted that among those rescued were two infants and five women who were intercepted by the troops on the 13th of March, 2024.

The success of the rescue operation was attributed to the unwavering pressure exerted on the bandits by the troops, leading to the victims’ escape from the terrorists’ enclaves.

Lt. Omale said upon their rescue, the victims underwent debriefing sessions and were promptly handed over to the relevant authorities for the necessary procedures to reunite them with their respective families.

He added that Major General GM Mutkut, the General Officer Commanding 8 Division Sokoto, commended the troops’ tactical prowess and professionalism during the rescue mission and urged them to maintain the momentum until all nefarious elements are eradicated, ensuring the restoration of peace and normalcy in the region.

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