The Defense Headquarters has said that the Air Task Force (ATF) of Operation Lafiya Dole has pulverized Boko Haram’s structures at Warshale in Borno State.
Significant General John Enenche, the Coordinator, Defense Media Operations, in an announcement on Monday, additionally educated that few Boko Haram contenders were killed in the airstrikes.
Enenche said that the activity was executed on 27th June as a feature of an auxiliary Operation LONG REACH after dependable insight reports.
“The Air Task Force (ATF) of Operation LAFIYA DOLE has managed another unequivocal blow on Boko Haram Terrorists (BHTs) in the North East of Nigeria with the obliteration of a few of their structures and balance of their contenders at Warshale in the Northern piece of Borno State.
“This was accomplished through airstrikes executed on 27th June 2020 as a feature of auxiliary Operation LONG REACH after dependable knowledge reports just as long stretches of elevated reconnaissance missions built up that the settlement was being utilized as an arranging territory to dispatch assaults against agreeable powers’ areas and encompassing regular citizen settlements.
“As needs be, the Air Task Force dispatched a power bundle of Nigerian Air Force (NAF) warrior streams just as an Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) airplane to draw in the area.
“The NAF planes scored annihilating hits in their numerous floods of assaults bringing about the pulverization of a few structures in the settlement just as the balance of a portion of the fear mongers.
“The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, recognizes the ATF for their devotion and polished methodology. The Defense Headquarters similarly encourages them to strengthen the air hostile against the fear based oppressors and all other criminal components compromising the harmony and security of our dearest nation,” he said.
OPERATION LAFIYA DOLE: Nigerian Airforce fighter jet and Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance aircraft engaged BHT fighters at Warshale. WATCH VIDEO: pic.twitter.com/axcSv3AR3s
— DEFENCE HQ NIGERIA (@DefenceInfoNG) June 29, 2020