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Air Force jets hits more targets in Sambisa Forest

By Odita Sunday   |   02 September 2015   |   11:19 pm  

Sambisa forest where Boko Haram operates. Photo: africanhadithi

Sambisa forest where Boko Haram operates. Photo: africanhadithi

THE Nigerian Air Force, in its bid to sustain the ongoing air assault against the Boko Haram terrorists in Sambisa Forest, has continued to hit vital targets with a view to decimating the capability and resolve of the members of the sect to continue to fight.

In a statement, the Air Force spokesman, Dele Alonge, said the Force high command noted that the most recent success was the attack on Boko Hara terrorists targets in Ngoshe and Pulka by the Alpha Jets providing close air support to ground forces.

“The targets, which include solar panels believed to be used by the sect for generating electricity within the Sambisa Forest, were hit during the recent take-over of Gamboru-Ngala by the troops,” he said.



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