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Throwback Photos Of Lt. Col. Ali Fighting Terrorists In Sambisa Forest Before He Was Killed In Delta Trend

The death of Lieutenant Col. AH Ali, one of the victims of the communal clash in Oguama community in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State may not be forgotten in a hurry owing to his recorded successes against terrorists in the country....CONTINUE READING

Recall that the Nigerian Army, on Monday, released the list of all the military personnel killed in an attack in Delta State.

The Defence Headquarters gave the names of those killed as: Lt Col AH Ali, the Command Officer, 181 Amphibious Battalion, Nigerian Army– Maj SD Shafa (N/13976)– Maj DE Obi (N/14395)– Capt U Zakari (N/16348)– SSgt Yahaya Saidu (#3NA/36/2974)– Cpl Yahaya Danbaba (1ONA/65/7274)– Col Kabiru Bashir (11NA/66/9853)– LCol Bulus Haruna (16NA/TS/5844).

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Others include: Lal Sole Opeyemi (17NA/760719)– LCpl Bello Anas (17NA/76/290)– LCpl Hamman Peter (NA/T82653)– LCpl Ibrahim Abdullahi (18NA/77/1191)– Pte Alhaji Isah (17NA/76/6079)– Pte Clement Francis (19NA/78/0911)– Pte Abubakar Ali (19NA/78/2162)– Pte Ibrahim Adamu (19NA/78/6079)– Pte Adamu Ibrahim (21NA/80/4795).

After the names were released, throwback photos of Lt. Col. AH Ali (middle) and troops of the 198 Special Force Battalion lifting the Nigerian flag in the middle of Sambisa Forest, after successfully clearing Boko Haram terrorists’ enclaves surfaced.

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Report by Zagazola says Lt. Col. Ah Ali led the troops that recorded successes against terrorists in Gorgi, Kafa, Abagajiri, Dusula, Buk, Manguzum, Gorgore Alafa 1 and 2, Njimia, Parisu, Somalia, Kuraba, Sabil Huda, Gobara, and Dure in Sambisa Forest.

Meanwhile, troops of the Nigerian army on Monday reportedly stormed Bayelsa State and raided the camp of the killers of the soldiers.

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Former Governor of Delta State, James Ibori, shared photos of the incident following the reports that over eleven people were killed during the raid.

It was gathered that the army got a tip off that the criminals flee to Bayelsa State after killing the 16 soldiers in Delta.