Nigerian Army unveils Isotrex Phantom 2 armoured personnel carriers (APCs). Photos released on Nigerian social media have revealedat least eight Phantom 2s with other military vehicles preparing for Operation ‘Tura Takaibango’. ‘Tura Takaibango’ is a part of the wider ongoing Operation ‘Lafiya Dole’ in the northeast of the country. On Jan. 9, a total of 28 Boko Haram militants were killed in the Gujba local government area of Yobe, while 30 others were killed near the Buni Yadi area of the state on the same day. The Boko Haram group has been trying to establish an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria since 2009. The deadly group has also extended its attacks to countries in the Lake Chad Basin.
ISOTREX`s Phantom 2 is a new version of the 4×4 B6 Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC). Other than a 5 door configuration, with 360° gun turret and with two or three escape hatches, the Isotrex Manufacturing allows customer to customize the vehicles for the special clients needs and requirements. ISOTREX Manufacturing was founded in 2005 by a dedicated armored vehicle manufacturing group of experts from Canada with over a decade of experience in the industry. With the supply of over 200 armored vehicles into Afghanistan alone during the past 3 years. The company’s range of products includes Armored SUVs, Luxury cars, Buses, Cash-In-Transit, Armored Ambulances and newly added line of Armored Personnel Carriers (APC).