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Nigerian Air Force Destroys Terrorist Base, Militia in Lethal Airstrike

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has claimed a remarkable success in the fight against terrorists on Jan. 5 when it bombed a logistics base of jihadist terrorists in Borno State’s Parisu area, near the infamous Sambisa Forest.

The destruction of the storehouse, NAF spokesperson Edward Gabkwet said on Jan. 7, followed a series of secret surveillances that indicated a swathe of terrorists with sophisticated arms and ammunition in the area.

The military quickly moved in with armed drones which led to explosions in the camp that houses the terror group and their logistics.

The explosions reportedly killed 12 Boko Haram fighters. A few survivors were also captured and killed.

Military experts have raised the question to TruthNigeria reporters: “Why were aviation assets never used to interdict the mass slaughter of 295 civilians in Plateau State from Christmas eve to Dec. 31?”

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Ezinwanne Onwuka reports for TruthNigeria from Abuja.

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