Chadian troops have captured an arms store believed to be owned by suspected Boko Haram insurgents in the Goje-Chadian area of Sambisa.
The capture of the arms store was said to have occurred on Saturday, April 4, during an offensive against the insurgents, The Cable reports.
The Chadian president, Idriss Deby, was reported to have led the operation which lasted for hours with the soldiers clearing the insurgents off the area.
Military sources in the area told the newspaper that the arms store is the largest owned by Boko Haram.
President Déby disclosed that he visited soldiers injured during the operations launched against the Boko Haram insurgents.
He said the soldiers were proud to have accomplished a sacred mission in the service of their dear homeland.
The arms store is said to be the largest owned by Boko Haram. Photo credits: The Cable