Nigerian air force jet supporting ground troops which was to combat the Boko Haram terrorist looses contact with radar and went missing in Noeth East Borno city, search and rescue efforst are still ongoing now.
Edward Gabkwet, the spokesman of the Nigerian Airforce said in a statement that "The loss of radar contact ocurred at about 5.08 PM on the 31 March, 2021.
The alpha fighter jet was one of the jets to combat the Boko Haram insurgents but lost contact with radar and ravaged due to constant attacks by the terrorists. The spokesman of the Nigerian Airforce made it clear that the details of the whereabouts of the jet or likely cause of contact loss are still sketchy which means it is still under investigation but will be relayed to the general once concluded. His statement depicts that search and rescue efforts are still ongoing at the moment.
This incident came a month after a Nigerian Airforce aircraft crashed at the Abuja airport killing all seven personnel on board.
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