A footage has emerged, showing some personnel of the Nigerian army, hailing Chadian troops in the northern part of Borno State.
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Online reports say the Chadian soldiers, led by President Idris Debby, took over Boko Haram camps, as part of the ongoing onslaught against the insurgents.
The Nigerians soldiers, who spoke in Hausa, were seen praising their counterpart from the neighbouring country, as they drove out their vans and armoured tanks.
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The Chadian government, on Saturday, released pictures of large cache of weapons seized from a warehouse, belonging to the jihadi group.
The Chadian army had lost about 92 of its soldiers to a Boko Haram ambush recently, which prompted Debby to declare the Lake Chad borderlands a war zone.