The Nigerian army has driven Boko Haram extremists from the last camp in their Sambisa forest stronghold, president Muhammadu Buhari has said.
‘The terrorists are on the run and no longer have a place to hide,’ Buhari said in a statement.
The Islamists' camp fell at 13:35 local time (12:35 GMT) on Friday, he added.
The army has been engaged for the last few weeks in a major offensive in the forest, a huge former colonial game reserve in north-eastern Borno state.
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