Dec 9, 2021

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Nigerian Air Force Airstrikes Kill Boko Haram Members Converging on Boats for Meeting

  • The fighter jets of the Nigerian Air Force have continued their military operations around Lake Chad
  • The air squadron of the Nigerian military continued its attack on terrorists and on islands and Nearby towns
  • Using a mixture of bombs and missiles, the jets carried out a series of attacks and scored devastating hits on the targets

Lake Chad – The aircraft of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) as part of Operation Hadin Kai continued on Wednesday October 20, launching air strikes on around 20 boats with suspected Boko Haram / ISWAP terrorists who come together for a meeting on an island in the Tumbuns on Lake Chad and in the Malam Fatori areas.

Part of the statement reads :

“The pilots reached the targets and observed a gathering of about 20 boats which consisted of 5-7 suspected terrorists in each boat.

“Using a mixture of bombs and missiles, the three planes carried out a series of attacks and scored devastating hits on the targets, leaving some of the survivors fighting for their lives.

“The operation of the air component of Operation Hadin Kai once again confirms the high concentration of terrorist and insurgent elements that hibernate in the general area of ​​Lake Chad.

“As part of Operation HADIN KAI, the air component will work together with the army and navy as well as other security agencies until the area is cleared of all terrorists and insurgents.”

Over 50 armed bandits killed by air strike, ground troops in Kaduna

In a similar development, over 50 bandits were recently killed by a combined air and ground attack. The Nigerian military in Birnin Gwari parish, Kaduna state.

According to a statement, a NAF attack helicopter was providing close air support to ground forces advancing from Dogon Dawa-Damari. Saulawa axis.