In an official statement signed by Ayodele Fayimuwa, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) unveiled that it has destroyed another Boko Haram camp situated between Malam Fatori and Kangarwa in Northern Borno amid a night operation on Monday.
“The new camp is around 4-6km far from the BHT area assaulted before on 20 August 2016 by NAF Mi-17 helicopter inside the same region in a comparative night operation that prompted the killing of about 300 boko haram.
“The post-strike Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) mission had uncovered that surviving BHTs united at the new area,” the NAF representative stated.
It said the area was later affirmed to be valid by arrangement of follow-up Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions that prompted the most recent strike.
“Review that the general region around Malam Fatori and Kangarwa is swarmed with BHTs consequently the need to clear the leftovers of BHT in the range.
“The air attack is in this manner anticipated that would advance debase the capacity of the guerillas while cultivating the production of the essential enablement for own ground troops to work,” the announcement said.