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BREAKING: Most Wanted Terrorist Commander, Ali Kachalla, Feared Killed In Battle With Soldiers

There are indications that the most wanted commander of the terrorists, Ali Kawaje, alias Ali Kachalla, may have been killed after air strikes by aircraft belonging to the Nigerian Air Force near Mangoro in Munya Local Government Area of Niger State.
Information has it that Ali Kachalla had attacked a detachment of security operatives deployed at Mangoro Community in Munya LGA of Niger State.
The military intelligence source said when alerted, NAF aircrafts under Operation Whirl Punch swiftly responded to support the troops in distress.
The terrorist gang were said to have ambushed the security operatives who were on a patrol exercise around the in Niger State.
Security sources said that in the heat of the gun battle, All Kachalla and his foot soldiers were sighted withdrawing from the location of security operatives on several motorcycles, “but unknown to them, they were being trailed to their hideout near Kopa Hills where they took cover under a thick tree covering.
“It was at this point that the air strikes were authorized, which were decisive and swift, thereby ensuring effective and maximum damage on the terrorists.”
It was further gathered that more than 50 terrorists were killed during the series of airstrikes, including Ali Kachalla.
The fate of another terrorist leader, Dogo Gidei is unknown as he was sighted in the axis recently.
When contacted, the NAF spokesperson, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, refused to commit to any statement regarding the strike, saying that he was yet to receive any brief about the air strike.
The air strike came barely 24 hours after the NAF confirmed the killing of another deadly terrorist commander, Yellow Jambros.
Informed source said that if the tempo of the military onslaught on the terrorists is sustained, the reign of the terrorists and the foot soldiers may be soon be brought to an end.
Source: PRNigeria.

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