Boko Haram Now Fleeing to Chad, Niger and Cameroon
Nigerian Airfoce today said that its ground and air offensive in north
east Borno State have forced suspected Boko haram terrorist to relocate
to neighbouring Chad, Cameroon and Niger republics.
Many of the terrorist have suffered heavy casualties recently, forcing
them to resort to retreating to neighboring countries, such as Cameron,
Chad and Niger Republics says Chris Erondu Squadron Leader of Nigerian
Airforce ( NAF) in an email statement issued today in Maiduguri.
” The79 composite Group of the Nigerian Air force and 75 strike Group Yola
have been providing air support to assist security operatives in the
destruction of Boko Haram hideouts in Bulabulin, Yajiwa and Alagarno area
of Konduga local government area of Borno state killing scores of the
” NAF had in the past couple of weeks been providing air supports to the
sister security operatives of the “Operation Zaman Lafiya”in Maiduguri and
its environs on the Boko Haram hideouts killing scores of the insurgents.
“The operation which was successful has also forced the insurgents to
resort retreating to the neighboring countries of Cameroon, Chad and Niger
Republics and have suffered heavy casualties.” Erondu said today.