Sunday, 14 September 2014

Air Force Plane Bombing Boko Haram Goes Missing


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Do you know that a Nigerian Air Force jet that was deployed for the bombing of Boko Haram hideouts has gone missing for two days now?

The Air Force jet has been missing for two days after disappearing in Adamawa but the authorities just made the information available on Sunday, for obvious reasons that only the wife can decode.

    The Alpha Jet, with two pilots on board, was said to have left its base in Yola, Adamawa State, on what was described as a “routine operational mission” at about 10:45am (0945 GMT) on Friday and had been expected back by midday the same day.


  But no one has seen the jet or the two pilots. “Since then all efforts to establish contact with the aircraft have not yielded any positive result.”

Military spokesman Chris Olukolade said in a statement, and added that the search and rescue teams are trying to track the location of the plane and contact its crew.

The Alpha Jet was designed and manufactured by Germany’s Dornier and Dassault-Breguet of France in the 1970s as a training and tactical support aircraft.

Could it be that Boko Haram has taken over one of Nigeria's Air Force jets? We are watching closely.








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