Nigerian military was working hard to free towns captured by the Boko Haram insurgents in restive northeast state of Borno, a government official said on Thursday.

Troops operations were currently under review for improving logistics and support for them to defeat the insurgents, Mike Omeri, the coordinator of National Information Center, told a news conference in Abuja while giving an update on ongoing troops operation in the region.

Omeri said the situation in Baga town had improved after the Boko Haram group overran a multinational joint task force base there.

Government forces are being trained to horn their skills and capacity, while surveillance, intelligence sharing and synergy are being enhanced.

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