The Nigerian Army said troops of 212 Tank Battalion, 29 Task Force Brigade laid trap on some Boko Haram terrorists at a dairy cattle market in Gwai Mainari around Mainok territory in Borno State on Wednesday morning. The announcement issued yesterday, February 10 by the Acting Director Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Kukasheka Usman read: "In continuation of their freedom operations of remainders of Boko Haram terrorists in the North East, troops of 212 Tank Battalion, 29 Task Force Brigade, early toward the beginning of today laid a snare on some Boko Haram components at a noteworthy cows market in Gwai Mainari around Mainok general zone. The snare party upheld by a Quick Response Group (QRG), caught a Hilux vehicle containing 8 jerry jars of petroleum, oil and oils, vast amount of 7.62mm ammo, 127mm ammo and 4 AK-47 rifles, and in addition 5 hand explosives. A portion of the terrorists were murdered while others got away with firearm shot injuries. Note that more operational methodologies are being utilized to further flush out the leftovers of Boko Haram terrorists wherever they may be stowing away in the North East.Thank you for your kind collaboration."