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Graphic images: ISIS ambushes Nigerian Army convoy, Kill all soldiers. – AMNNews. 

 Over 30 soldiers of the Nigerian Army (NA) were shot dead after jihadist insurgents in the northern countryside (Borno) of the embattled country concluded a succesful ambush on Friday afternoon.
Deploying land mines, technicals and machine-gun fire at close range, militants loyal to the outlawed Boko Haram (ISIS franchise) caught government soldiers completely off-guard in what ended up being a de facto massacre.
 (Courtesy – AMNNews. – Hope For Nigeria
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  1. Ifeanyi Maduako

    So sad,but ISIS and BOKO HARAM may be more angry now that unarmed and harmless IPOB was made their mates by the Nigerian Military which grouped IPOB as a terrorist group like ISIS and BOKO HARAM.So,by this total wipe-out,they are teaching a lesson of who terrorists are.

  2. Vigietop Ukpe

    Isis dancers visit them one by one. Dance around as they deserved.

  3. Yan

    In southeast that’s what makes you terrorists biafraud.

  4. Diepriye Walter

    Scan news are just too negative…. Pls who is that right authority to punish them. The last time I checked the stupid news handler said buhari appointed his wife as the deputy CBN governor.

  5. Obi Uchenna Blessing

    Hei someone’s son brother. Husband. Father,whoever has a hand in this Boko Haram formation must die a very painful death with his entire family,imagine what the families of this fallen heroes will be going through now,may God accept their souls and grant the families peace amen

  6. Prince Nelson Udo

    Which Isis?these guys are so hopeless,simply state it clear that boko haram killed Nigerian soldiers,so that the world at large will know that boko haram is still as strong as ever.

  7. Paschal Jp Nelly

    As copied-Letter of Apology from Chaba Mark.


    Is there anyone close enough to former president Goodluck Jonathan who may be reading this post? Please tell him that one unknown quantity is seeking for his forgiveness.

    I am asking for his forgiveness for the reasons I’ve carefully itemized below.

    1. On chibok girls
    I was among those that lampooned him for being too slow to track down the abductors of the school children. I have to apologize to him because only recently, a serving minister threatened to implicate a governor on his role in the abduction saga. I told myself wait a minute, did I hear what I just heard? And I cast my mind back to when people said that the abduction was a stage managed plot to ease him out of power. I joined others then in calling such individuals, “conspiracy theorists” and “evil people”. The story is getting clearer

    Dear Jonathan,
    in my haste or ignorance then, I couldn’t ask myself these simple questions:
    * how about 270 human beings could be loaded into trucks and just vanish from a city center.
    *how none of the school authority could place a single phone call to the head office of any security outfit to confirm who authorized the evacuation as they said the abductors claim.
    * why the principal who ought to be sacked and prosecuted for gross negligence, was elevated to the position of a commissioner shortly after. Whether it wasn’t a reward for a job well executed?

    Dear Jonathan, even now,
    * the army has overrun Sambisa forest where the girls were said to be kept and still no trace of them is found.
    * surprisingly, they are being released from “somewhere” in batches! Thank God that there are no traces of forest marks on their sleek skins. We eagerly await batch two. Hopefully, APC will secure the release of the last batch before 2019 as one major achievement for it to be voted again into power.

    2. On corruption
    Dear Jonathan,
    I join others to insult your government because I thought then that the people in your government were thieves. Little did I know that compared to what we see today, they were mere pickpockets. Under the watch of our current anti corruption Messiah,
    * government officials use hundreds of millions of naira of IDP funds to cut grasses in the sandy sahel region.
    * billions of naira and millions of dollars, raw cash, are dug out of a house in a highbrow area of Lagos. The owner of the money is unknown and the said house lacks owner and C/o.
    * $25 billion contracts are currently said to be wrongfully awarded by NNPC GMD to phoney companies.

    Dear Jonathan,
    Your former NSA, Dansuki has been held incommunicado for $2 billion. Your man’s money is 2% of their man’s. Even if Desiani’s and other monies allegedly stolen by all those who served under your government are put together, they will not amount to 40% of what one man is currently alleged to have fingered.

    In light of the above, dear Jonathan, find it in your heart to forgive me. I allowed myself to be deceived by smooth talkers and propagandists. People who hid under a hypnotic change mantra to deceive the minds of the simple. They promised to fix electric power in six months, build new refineries, pay monthly salaries to jobless graduates, feed school pupils and stamp out corruption. Who wouldn’t fall for these lofty things?

    But alas, since they shoved you aside, things have gotten worse in every front. Their first act was to jack fuel price up from N85 to N145. Something you tried and we gave you headache through our “occupy Nigeria” protests. We can’t dare raise a single voice now. Next their ill advised economic policies caused prices of commodities to triple. They called it recession and blamed it on you. No light, no road, no food, no security from attacks of herdsmen. The only means we use to cry out, social media, they want to shut it by draconian laws.
    If we agitate, they unleash trained pythons and crocodiles on us. There is God.

    Jonathan, I am truly sorry.

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  9. Sunny Ugo

    Why didn’t they say its IPOB..

  10. Sogbaike Charles Oluwasegun

    Make them give them their caliphate na why is the war within difficult? Can’t the Nigerian army infiltrate the bokoharam hierarchy and get the job done

  11. Christian Dike

    Crocodile is weeping again, because those python no dance well. Shaa crocodile will soon smile

  12. Samy Nedu

    That must be Anaconda dancing in Bornu

  13. Fimberlin Eze

    Waaaooo what a great news, Dis news has just made my day…..

  14. Ben Onumezie

    Why isis I taught they were still dancing with the pythons

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