Troops repelled the attack and engaged in an hour-long battle that left 22 terrorists dead.
Militants suspected to be Boko Haram members launched an attack on Nigerian soldiers in Logomani, Borno State early on Sunday morning, killing four troops and wounding two. Troops repelled the attack and engaged in an hour-long battle that left 22 terrorists dead.
The insurgents used hand grenades and rocket propelled launchers in their attack, according to a statement issued by military spokesman Sani K. Usman. He added that troops recovered two AK-47 rifles, one G3 rifle, and 36 hand grenades.
The military spokesman stated that the area has been cleared of insurgents.