Alpha Jet Used Against Boko Haram in Konduga Missing
The Nigerian Airforce alpha jet used in in the victorious battle against the Boko Haram sect in Konduga on Friday has reportedly gone missing.
Recall that the Nigeria troops had yesterday members of the Boko Haram sect who stormed Konduga killing over 100 of them.
In the ensuing battle that raged for over four hours, the army used both ground force and aerial bombardment to dislodge the insurgents, but a NewsRescue sources has said the only Alpha Jet that came in for aerial support is now missing.
It is speculated that the jet crashed due to technical faults and the pilots are still missing. The jet was said to be on its way back to the Yola base after successfully carrying out it assignment against the Boko Haram insurgents when it went out of radar.
It is not immediately clear if the truly crashed or was struck by terrorists’ fire.
It is distressing that there is only one olden day Alpha jet engaged in the serious war against Boko Haram terror in the northeast despite over 16 billion dollars supposedly spent on security since the war against Boko Haram started in 2011.
The President of Nigeria has 11 private jets for his personal merriment and the transport of his friends including ex-terrorists and terror sponsors yet the Nigerian army relies on only a single jet bomber to combat very dangerous politically sponsored terror in the nations north.
Our efforts to reach the army for comment have been unsuccessful.
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