The Nigerian Airforce on Wednesday, announced that one of her fighters Jet that went for an Operation in Borno State was missing. They reported that, the Fighter Jet went off the radar, and they don't know they whereabout of the fighter Jet. Yesterday afternoon, the Nigerian airforce reported that, they Fighter Jet might have crashed, and they are still in search of the jet and the Pilots. Later in the evening, the Boko Haram released some photos and a video, of them taking down the fighter Jet that the Airforce declared missing.
They deadly group claimed responsibility for bringing down the Jet. In the video that the group released, they showed the moment the Jet caught fire in the air, and also they showed how the Jet crashed on the floor after they attacked it. Hours after the Video went viral, the Nigerian airforce then reacted to the video. They explained the things that happened in the video, and why the video that boko haram released was not what really happened.
In a press statement released by the Nigerian Airforce on their Official social media accounts, the military told the Public to disregard the information circulating the internet. The said that, the video boko haram released was tempered with, and edited. They gave facts and explained why Nigerians should not believe the video. According to their post, the things that were filmed in the video doesn't correlate. The Airforce said they are still investigating the video, So Nigerians should disregard what Boko Haram said.
The Airforce have advised that, Untill the Nigerian airforce gives an official statement, what is circulating the internet is fake. And that's not what happened
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