War on terror has taken a new dimension, as military troops revealed that Boko Haram terrorists poisoned water sources in some Borno villages, the worst hit state by insurgency in the last six years.
Consequently, the Nigerian Army has warned residents to avoid cattle water ponds in Kangallam Village along Marte and Abadam axis in Borno State.
A statement by the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Col. Tukur Gusau, said “a large number of cattle died after drinking water from the ponds”, maintaining that in view of this development, “citizens are called upon to avoid as much as possible drinking water from unverified sources especially in locations that troops routed out Boko Haram terrorists.”
Tukur noted that “information reaching the Theater Command, Operation LAFIYA DOLE indicates that Boko Haram terrorists have now resorted to poisoning water sources like wells and streams in areas that they were dislodged by gallant troops or areas threatened by offensive operations.
“Credible information available to the Theater Command indicates that though no human life was lost as a result of the barbaric act of the terrorists, however, some cattle were killed after drinking water from some poisoned sources,” he said.
He added that “the action of the terrorists is no doubt aimed at taking their own pound of flesh on innocent citizens and livestock as a result of the unbearable offensive operations through the combined effort of the Nigerian Army and the Nigerian Air Force to route them out completely from their enclaves and hide-outs all over the northeast.”

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