Jan 20, 2022

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Just In: FG To Deploy Tucano Jets Against Terrorists, Bandits, Malami – Legit.ng

  • Bandits and terrorists, especially in the north, will soon get a nasty surprise from the federal government
  • This will be the newly purchased Super Tucano fighter jet used against armed criminals across the country
  • The welcome development was announced on Tuesday 4th January by Justice Minister AGF Abubakar Malami

According to the Federation Prosecutor General and Justice Minister Abubakar Malami, the federal government has received approval to use the super to bandits and terrorists. fatal blow to Tucano fighter jets.

In an interview on Tuesday January 4th, Malami said the government received approval after making a promise to the United States had that the fighter jets are used according to international standard practices, reported Sahara Reporters.

Notice of usage

The Minister added that the notice of usage e of the Super Tucano jets are in the works, added Leadership.

AGF Malami explained:

“We are confronted with bandits in the northwest, too, and that’s why we have acquired military equipment against terrorists and bandits. They threaten the lives of Nigerians. The military hardware is used against them.

”The release of the Super Tucano is in progress also obtained. “

Prohibition: NAF wants to use newly acquired Tucano fighter jets against bandits

In the meantime, the Nigerian Air Force should use Super Tucano aircraft in the northwest and north of the country to fight terrorists and other criminal elements.

This development follows a judgment of the Federal Court of Justice in Abuja on November 26th, in which bandits are declared terrorists.

Taiwo Justice Taiwo issued the statement on an ex parte motion by the Nigerian government against the bandits.

Top military sources announced that it had become clear to the coast to use the aircraft against bandits under conditions tied to US sales.

Remember that the Nigerian military is the new acquired Tucano jets still had to be used against armed bandits, which the northwest and parts of the northern Zen have besieged central regions of the country.

Military authorities informed the National Assembly that the agreement signed with the US government provides that the fighter jets will only be used against terrorists and insurgents and not against bandits will be.