As the fight against banditry by the military is garnering momentum, bandits have been at the mercy of soldiers. Their camps are constantly bombarded by the Nigerian Air Force. The closing of markets and shutting down of telecom bases in some northwestern states has made bandits go short of ideas.
NAF jet bombs ‘Buhari village’ over Boko Haram, ISWAP camps Nigerian Air Force (NAF) fighter jets bombed a village in Yobe State's Yunusari Local Government Area on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Dailypost The DAILY POST has learned that the Buhari village was used as a hideout by Boko Haram and ISWAP members.
The fight against insecurity by the Nigerian government is gradually coming to an end as we can see that in the last couple of weeks, the Nigerian military has seriously dealth with the bandits in the language they understand. (Image Credit: Google) Huge success has been recorded over these bandits who have inflicted pain in the heart of many Nigerians and many of them were seen begging the government for dialogue and amnesty.
(Photo Credit: TVC News) Many media outlets have reported the newly, acquired satellite communication vehicles, the Nigerian Army, launched on Monday. The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya has commissioned the satellite communication vehicles. The acquisition of the vehicles is no doubt, in the best interest of the army in the fight against terrorists and bandits across the Northeast region of Nigeria.
The Nigerian soldiers have successfully carried out a rescue operation of Major CL Datong who was kidnapped by bandits last month in the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA). Major CL Datong was taken away by bandits who invaded the Nigerian Defence Academy killing two lieutenants in the process and abducted a major identified as Major CL Datong.
Residents in Buhari village, Yunusari Local Government Area, Yobe State, claim that a Nigerian Air Force fighter jet murdered nine civilians in the early hours of Wednesday, September 15, 2021. A number of other villagers were injured and are now being treated at a government health center in Geidam.
The Nigerian Air Force crash that took place on the 31st May, 2021 may forever remain in the minds of most Nigerians, and this is because of the lives who were lost. The tragic moment saw some of Nigeria's most dedicated and brilliant soldiers fall victim to the horrible crash near the Kaduna international airport.
Military Airstrike Hits Yobe’s Civilians in ‘Error’ A military fighter jet believed to be targeting the Islamic State in West African Province(ISWAP) terrorist group, yesterday, wrongly hit a civilian population in Yobe State, allegedly recording many casualties. Photo Credit: Thisdaylive
Today's Headlines: Tragedy As NAF Accidentally Bombs Yobe Village; Boko Haram Leader Killed In Borno
Tragedy as NAF bombs Yobe village Nothing less than 10 people reportedly died during a counter-insurgency operation in Borno State. It was made known that the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) fighter stormed Yunusari village in Borno to fight the Boko Haram terrorists who are disrupting the peace of the village/country.
According to BBC Hausa, a military fighter jet erroneously struck a town named Buhari in Yobe State, killing hundreds of villagers in the early hours of Wednesday, September 15, 2021. Three fighter jets circled the area before one of the pilots dropped the bomb on the civilian population, according to a villager who talked to the BBC.
Governor Uzodinma Meets Nigerian Air Force Over IPOB Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters The Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, has pledged that the residents of the state will be adequately protected from security challenges ravaging the South-East region. He also expressed his preparedness and optimism in “flushing out unrepentant bad eggs” from the state.
The Nigerian Airforce announced on Thursday that it has really begun an enquiry into the purported aerial bombardment of settlements in Yobe State by warplanes while being on the trail of presumed Boko Haram insurgents. According to Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, Director of NAF Public Relations, "Having followed information on Boko Haram/ISWAP activities along the Kamadougou Yobe River line, a jet from the Air Component of Operation Hadin Kai was clarified to give a response to potential terrorist actions in the region along the Nigeria/Niger boundary at around 0600hrs on 15 September 2021."
Contrary to its earlier claim, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has admitted that one of its combat jets on an assault mission against insurgents, accidentally launched a missile against civilians in Buhari Village in Yobe State, on Wednesday. The Director of Public Relations in the NAF, Air Commodore Edward Gakwet disclosed in an official statement on Thursday, adding that the Force has launched an investigation into the incident.
Image credit: Voanews.com It was shocking to hear that bandits attacked a military base despite the effort of some northern state to reduce the operations of bandits by banning the selling fuels in filling station, restriction in movement of people in public places, shutting down of telecommunication operators and restriction of the sales of food and livestock.
The Nigerian Air Force has on Thursday admitted the unfortunate bombing of innocent civilians in Yobe. This was after they initially denied any involvement in it. "Edward Gabkwet |Google|" In a statement which was made available to journalists earlier today, the NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Edward Gabkwet noted that one of their fighter jets on a mission against terrorists unfortunately bombed civilians in Yobe state on Wednesday.
Uzodinma Meets Nigerian Air Force, Wants "Bad Eggs" Flushed Out Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters The Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, has pledged that the residents of the state will be adequately protected from security challenges ravaging the South-East region. He also expressed his preparedness and optimism in “flushing out unrepentant bad eggs” from the state.
Air Force Mistakenly Bombs Yobe Community. According to report, the Nigerian Air Force has mistakenly bombed another community in Nigeria’s war-torn North-East. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Dozens of civilians were said to have been killed and others wounded after a military operation said to have occurred by error.
Combat Aircraft. Image Credit: Google. The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has reacted to the news of the alleged bombing of a community in Yobe State by one of its combat aircraft, describing it as 'false in its entirety. Recall that reports of the killing of at least nine residents of Buhari Village in Yunusari Local Government Area of Yobe State by a combat jet belonging to the Nigerian military, had filtered into the media space on Wednesday morning.
About 12 security agents have been reportedly killed in a latest attack by armed bandits on a Nigerian military base in Zamfara. This happened following claims by the Federal Government that it has started military offensive against the bandits. Governor Bello Matawalle had also stated that war has been declared on the bandits, adding that there is no more room for dialogue.
According to report, armed bandits have overrun a Nigerian military base in Zamfara State, northern part of Nigeria. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Report revealed that the bandits struck a forward operating base in Mutumji, Dansadau, about 80 kilometres south of the capital Gusau, at about 10:30 a.m. on Saturday.