The Defence Headquarters, on Saturday, stated the troops of the Air Taskforce neutralized scores of Boko Haram terrorists and inflicted huge harm to their camps at Tongule, Bone and Isari Musa in Borno State.
The Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. John Enenche, disclosed this in an announcement on Saturday in Abuja.
He stated the profitable operations have been carried out on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
The assertion learn: “Airstrikes being executed in Borno State by the Air Job Pressure of Operation LAFIYA DOLE below subsidiary Operation HAIL STORM 2 have continued to yield tangible outcomes. The most recent of those embody the large destruction of Boko Haram Terrorists’ (BHTs’) Camps and neutralization of scores of their fighters in an evening assault at Tongule on 24 September and daytime raids at Bone and Isari B Musa on 25 September 2020.
“The strike on Tongule was undertaken after surveillance missions revealed a continued meeting of the terrorists inside the settlement at nighttime. Accordingly, the Air Job Pressure dispatched Nigerian Air Pressure (NAF) helicopter gunships for an evening assault on the situation, with their barrage of rockets neutralizing a number of of the terrorists.
“Bone, a settlement alongside the Yale-Kumshe axis, alternatively, was attacked by a pressure package deal of NAF fighter jets and helicopter gunships after credible intelligence studies established that the situation served as a staging space from the place the terrorists launched assaults. The NAF assault plane engaged the situation in a number of bomb and rocket runs, destroying a number of of their constructions and neutralizing scores of terrorists. Equally, at Isari B Musa a number of terrorists, who have been noticed each inside and in bushes surrounding the settlement, have been taken out because the NAF assault plane took turns in partaking the goal space.”
OPERATION HAIL STORM 2: AIR TASK FORCE NEUTRALIZES SCORES OF TERRORISTS, INFLICTS MASSIVE DAMAGE TO THEIR CAMPS AT TONGULE, BONE AND ISARI MUSA IN BORNO STATE https://t.co/S7BRYckaQr pic.twitter.com/dz4pOLUSRe
— DEFENCE HQ NIGERIA (@DefenceInfoNG) September 26, 2020