Here’s the video of AirStrike that killed 300 Boko Haram members, wounded Shekau – Released by NAF

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has recorded another major success in the on-going counter-insurgency and counter terrorism operations against the Boko Haram Terrorist (BHT) sect in the North East.

The current phase of intensified air operations over Northern Borno paid-off on the night of 19 August 2016 when the NAF, during an air attack, killed about 300 BHTs who had gathered to hold a meeting at a location between Malam Fatori and own troops location at Kangarwa.

Prior to this fateful day the NAF, on 16 August 2016, had commenced series of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions to corroborate human intelligence that key BHT commanders gather at the said location to hold meeting at night. The objective of the on-going operation, as usual, is to degrade the capability of the insurgents, particularly those who have fled to the northern part of Borno.

Please find enclosed the declassified footage of the air operation and Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) photographs.

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15 Comments

  1. Apc don start abeg una see the landscaping of that place? Even Banana Island is not as well landscaped as that; e be like say this people think say na all of us be fulani, hausa or the educated illiterate from the west; good try abeg make una try again later and better; laughing in yoruba

  2. Na war film?why the music?na so the aircraft record am?na nollywood?where Shekau? Ohh Nigeria,why all these stuffs,why? Must you come up with a video?well,this is where we are,we must accept and manage until change truly comes..

  3. I just laugh when I see the video, them say name classified video, and them share am online,,,, so is it actually classified or leaked video..

  4. What is dis? Video game? I want to see Shekerau’s ‘mortally wounded’ body in dis video game. Wey all de Boko Haram leaders Wey dem talk say die. Wia Dia dead bodi for dis video game? Foolish APC.

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