Nigeria Air Force Jet Shot Down by Boko Haram: An air force aircraft in the African country of Nigeria (Nigeria) was missing for the last few days, about which it is now known. Nigerian officials have said that the contact of the Air Force fighter plane, which went on an expedition to help the soldiers, had been lost in Borno state a few days ago. The jihadist group Boko Haram has released a video about this. In which this aircraft has been talked about.
Boko Haram released a video on Friday saying that he shot down the plane. This information has been given by the ‘Site’ intelligence group which monitors jihadi activity (Boko Haram Aatankwadi Sangathan). Boko Haram has released a video, in which a plane is seen exploding in the air (Nigeria Air Force Jet Shoot Down by Boko Haram). The body of a person is also shown in it. Which Boko Haram has described as the pilot of the aircraft.
The plane went missing during the campaign
The information of the Nigeria Air Force written on the aircraft is obtained from the registration number of Alpha-Jet. The Air Force said that the aircraft went missing during combat operations on Wednesday. Air Commodore Edward Gabvet, spokesman for the Air Force, stated in a statement that the Alpha-Jet had lost contact with radar in Borno State (Boko Haram Belongs to Which Country). On Friday, the Air Force said that the plane, which was flying with two crew members, may have crashed. He told that search and rescue operation is going on.
Boko Haram attacks and kidnaps
Boko Haram attacks here and abducts the students studying in the school. This organization also took the responsibility of kidnapping hundreds of students from the school in the month of December last year. Laced with weapons, the attackers entered a school, after which they kidnapped more than 330 students (Boko Haram Nigeria). In the same month, they also set fire to the markets and houses of Tomorrow. Then the people who tried to escape from there fired bullets (Boko Haram Attack in Nigeria), 28 people were killed in this attack.