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Operation Lafiya Dole: Air Task Force rains bombs on Boko Haram elements’ hideouts killing scores

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The Air Task Force of Operation Lafiya Dole has identified two locations as Boko Haram Terrorists hide outs in Kote Kura and Bulama Isamari and rained bombs and eliminated scores of fighters.

In a statement released on Sunday to journalists by Major General John Enenche, Coordinator, Defence Media Operations said, those places.

were new settlements where the terrorists stored their logistics.

The statement said:

“In continuation of the series of Air Interdiction missions being conducted to rid the North East of the Country of terrorist elements, the Air Task Force of Operation LAFIYA DOLE has taken out more Boko Haram Terrorists’ (BHTs’) hideouts and eliminated several of their fighters at 2 locations – Kote Kura and Bulama Isamari – both in Borno State.

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“The air strikes were executed yesterday, 2 January 2021, employing appropriate force packages of Nigerian Air Force (NAF) fighter jets and helicopter gunships based on credible intelligence reports indicating that the BHTs had recently established camps at the 2 settlements, where they store their logistics items as well as plan and launch attacks.

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“Overhead Kote Kura, a settlement in Bama area, the NAF attack aircraft engaged scores of terrorists observed in the target area, leading to the neutralization of several of them as well as the destruction of structures and logistics stores, some of which were seen engulfed in flames.

“In the same vein, at Bulama Isamari, within the Timbuktu Traingle, the NAF aircraft took turns in engaging the target, scoring accurate hits which equally resulted in the neutralisation of several terrorists.

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“You are please requested to disseminate this information, along with the attached declassified short video clip of the attacks, through your medium for the awareness of the general public.”

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