Ever since the Nigerian Defence Headquarters announced the death of Albarnawi, many people have taken to their social media platforms to offer their opinions and jubilated the report. Indeed, the death of the notorious terrorist worth celebrating due to his callous and brutal way of treating innocent people in the Lake Chad region.
Photo Credit: Google "Nigeria's Unity Is Negotiable" -Babagana Photo Credit: SaharaReporters Nigeria’s envoy to Chad and the Lake Chad basin region, Ambassador Babagana Kingibe has said the unity of the country is negotiable. He stated this during The Sun Newspapers 2020 Awards in Lagos, on Saturday.
The fate of the notorious and dearly terrorist organization identified as the Islamic State in West African Province (ISWAP) is currently unknown as the troops of the Chadian military stormed the Lake Chad basin in search of them. The video showed a heavy gun battle carried out by dozen of Chadian Soldiers who stormed the Lake Chad basin on a locally crafted boat in the Northeast of Nigeria.
The Chief of Naval Staff visited the Nigerian Naval Base at Lake Chad, Borno State, See the pictures
The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) identified as Rear Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo visited the Nigerian Naval Base located at Lake Chad Borno State. Rear Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo urged the officers and ratings of the Lake Chad Naval Base in Baga, Borno State to be active in discharging their duties ranging from protection and surveillance around the Lake Chad area in Borno State.
Reports indicate that Nigerian Airforce, NAF, airstrikes kill over 100 Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists around Lake Chad as the air force continues their week-long onslaught on terrorist targets on islands and localities around Lake Chad. On receiving credible intelligence on Wednesday that about 20 boats (not 11 as earlier reported) with suspected Boko Haram or ISWAP terrorists were converging for a meeting on an Island in the Tumbuns on the Lake Chad and at Malam Fatori, three NAF aircraft were scrambled to carry out strikes on the targets.
ISWAP/Bokoharam are criminals riding on the wave of terrorism and the prestige (Will) that comes with it. It is more important than ideology since "will" represents the result. How long can they endure and fight without food and supplies, constant nighttime aerial and artillery bombardment at night?
When Chadian forces invaded Nigeria's Lake Chad islands in April 1983, the MIG-21 had its baptism of fire. Its performance showed the military the value of airpower. MiG-21 harassing strikes halted the advance of Chadian forces and bought the army time to mobilize. By the time the army, led by GOC 2rd armored division General Muhammadu Buhari was fully mobilized and attacked, the Chadians, already weakened by days of airstrikes capitulated and fled.
Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, the son of the founder of the Boko Haram group has been killed by the gallant Nigerian military. Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, a vicious ISWAP leader was killed by the gallant troops of the Nigerian army in Northeast of Nigeria, Borno State. His father was similarly killed by the Nigerian security operatives in 2009 while he was trying to rebel against the government and security forces.
The terrorist organization identified as the Islamic State in West African Province (ISWAP) is on the verge of collapse as the Nigerian soldiers killed Forty-Three (43) ISWAP insurgents in the Northeast of Nigeria. The successful operation was in strong collaboration with the Multinational Joint Taskforce (MNJTF) Sector 4 Diffa in the Niger Republic.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has recorded so much success in the fight against insurgency and banditry in the country, since the acquisition of Super Tucano fighter jets.Image credit: Google According to the latest report by Vanguard Newspaper, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), disclosed that its fighter aircraft under Operation Hadin Kai continued their onslaught on Boko Haram insurgent targets on islands and localities around Lake Chad with strikes on 20 boats ferrying Boko Haram terrorists for an attack.
Boko Haram has been a thorn in the flesh of most Nigerians. There is hardly any day that goes by, that Nigerians don't receive news of Boko Haram attacks. The group has been known for its brutality, since the insurgence started in 2009. They have killed tens of thousands of people, the police, as well as armed forces have not been spared either.
It was recently reported that 87 Boko Haram militants were killed in an act of retaliation by the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP). Boko Haram: ISWAP: Photos credit: Twitter. The suspected ISWAP fighters as revealed by a reputable source, were said to have carried out a carefully planned attack on the camp of the Commander of Boko Haram, Bakoura Modou, in Lake Chad on Tuesday night.
NAF jets hit ISWAP/Boko Haram boats in Lake Chad, many killed Many terrorists were killed as Nigerian Air Force, NAF, pilots rained bombs and rockets from three fighter jets on 20 boats ferrying Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists for meeting on islands and localities around the Lake Chad, Borno State.
Terrorism has become a trans-national crime just like human and drug trafficking. Countries always come together to fight terrorism through an arrangement called "collective security". Over the years, West African countries have been battling with different terrorist groups like Boko Haram and ISWAP. A multi-national joint task force was formed by Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, and Niger to combat Boko Haram insurgents in the Lake Chad region, while Senegal, Mali, and others are also battling another terrorist group in the Sahara region.
So it's Sunday morning. NAF ISR aircraft reveals terrorists are amassing at Kwatar Daban Masara, in Lake Chad. Planning an attack. This area is a bastion for ISWAP. The NAF has two options. 1. Wait for them to carry out their attacks and kill innocent civilians before hitting them
Ambassador Babagana Kingibe, Nigeria's envoy to Chad and the Lake Chad basin region, believes the country's unity is negotiable. The former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), speaking at The Sun Newspapers 2020 Awards in Lagos on Saturday, said even the union between a husband and wife is negotiable.
(Photos Credit: Google) Military airstrike did not kill fishermen in Lake Chad – DHQ The Defence Headquarters has dismissed the report of killing of 20 fishermen in airstrike by the Air Component of Operation Hadin Kai at Kwatan Daban Masara in the fringes of the Lake Chad.
Accidents happen all the time, but when it involves the Nigerian Air Force armed with Super Tucano attack aircrafts, among others, it tends to do a lot of damage to civilian lives. This scenario appears to be playing out a little too often however, as it has been reported that about 20 people lost their lives this past Sunday, when a fighter jet accidentally bombed a community in the Lake Chad region near Borno state.
According to reports, the Nigerian Air force has mistakenly bombed a community in Borno State, leading to the death of many Nigerians. The community is located at Lake Chad region of the state. This incident happened on Sunday, and it was reported that about 20 people lost their lives to the cold hands of death as a result of this.
President Muhammadu Buhari has said that Nigeria will put in all it takes to completely eradicate Boko Haram terrorists, especially in the northeast part of the West African nation. Your support matters. Buhari also said that though the insurgent group has been weakened by the defence forces, it is still active in the country, oppressing the weak.