Nigerian army troops recovered the sum of N2.2 million and other items from Boko Haram when they raided their camp in operation Lafiya Dole in Yobe state.
According to a statement by the Deputy Director of Public Relations of Theatre Command Operation Lafiya Dole, Colonel Onyema Nwachukwu, troops of 27 Task Force Battalion were on a long-range fighting patrol when they raided the camp.
The terror operatives in the camp were forced to flee after a fierce shootout with soldiers, leaving behind the sum of N2,208,000.
Other items recovered during the raid include, three AK-47 rifle magazines, 21 rounds of 7.62 mm (special) ammunition, a motorcycle and two mobile handsets.
Two other raids by troops of Operation Lafiya Dole in Borno state also resulted in death of 10 Boko Haram combatants along Wulgo-Ngelkona general area.
The terrorists were mounted on horses and had engaged troops before they were neutralized, according to Col. Nwachukwu.
Other items recovered from them include one Boko Haram flag, a set of bow and arrows, two mobile phones and one Cameroonian international passport.
Troops of 82 Task Force Battalion also killed one Boko Haram terrorist during a clearance operation at Ngoshe in Gwoza local government area of Borno on Friday, June 1.
One AK-47 rifle, 41 rounds of locally fabricated ammunition and four improvised explosive devices (IED) were recovered by troops.