Nigerian military bombs bandits’ logistics warehouse, kills scores of fighters in Zamfara [VIDEO]
The Nigerian Military troops of the Air element of operation HADARIN DAJI have bombarded a bandits’ logistics warehouse in huge airstrikes performed within the Kwiambana Forest space of Zamfara State.
Main Basic John Enenche, the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, said this in a press release on Wednesday.
Enenche defined that the airstrikes had been executed on Tuesday as a part of air interdiction missions being executed below the subsidiary of Operation WUTAN DAJI 2 to rid the North West of the nation of armed bandits and different felony parts.
In line with him, a number of bandits had been additionally executed because of the assault.
The assertion learn: “The Air Element of Operation HADARIN DAJI has eradicated a number of armed bandits and destroyed their logistics services in huge airstrikes performed within the Kwiambana Forest space of Zamfara State. This was achieved yesterday, 15 September 2020, as a part of air interdiction missions being executed below subsidiary Operation WUTAN DAJI 2 to rid the North West of the Nation of armed bandits and different felony parts.
“The placement was designated for assault after Human Intelligence (HUMINT) experiences and confirmatory Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions, established that the cluster of huts and different buildings on the fringe of the Forest served as a hideout for infamous bandits’ leaders’ Sani Mochoko’ and ‘Damina’ and a few of their fighters. Accordingly, the Air Element scrambled Nigerian Air Power (NAF) jets and helicopter gunships to assault the situation.
“The assault plane took turns in partaking the goal space leading to vital harm to the bandits’ buildings in addition to the killing of a number of of their fighters.”
OPERATION WUTAN DAJI 2: AIR COMPONENT SUSTAINS ONSLAUGHT AGAINST ARMED BANDITS’ CAMPS IN ZAMFARA STATE, ELIMINATES SEVERAL FIGHTERS, DESTROYS LOGISTICS STORAGE FACILITIES AT KWIAMBANA FORESThttps://t.co/mMOKs1d7gf pic.twitter.com/f3C1QNeQBH
— DEFENCE HQ NIGERIA (@DefenceInfoNG) September 16, 2020