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NAF kills terrorists in aerial bombardment in Borno

The Nigerian Air Force mentioned its Air Component of Operation Hadin Kai has eradicated a number of terrorists in an aerial bombardment of their hideouts in Borno.

This is contained in an announcement by the Director, NAF Public Relations and Information, AVM Edward Gabkwet, on Thursday in Abuja.

Gabkwet mentioned that the hideouts positioned close to Degbewa and Chinene within the Mandara mountains within the state have been recognized terrorists’ hideouts.

He mentioned the air strikes grew to become expedient after a number of days of aerial surveillance which revealed a constant gathering of a lot of terrorists within the space.

According to him, the situation can be suspected to be a website for manufacturing improvised explosive gadgets and storage areas.

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“The terrorists have been additionally noticed to be loitering inside the neighborhood, clearly oblivious of what was to befall them, and possibly assured that their location was secure and secured from any type of navy bombardments.

“The air strikes have been thus authorised with the plane bombarding the areas in a number of passes till nearly all of the terrorists have been eradicated.

”Others noticed fleeing the situation have been taken out utilizing canons,” he mentioned.

(NAN)

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