Thursday, 30 July 2015

Boko Haram supplies blocked by the Air force

Boko Haram supplies have been intercepted by the Nigerian Air force on Wednesday. The Nigerian Air force says its patrol and surveillance have succeeded in blocking the routes which the Boko Haram gets their supplies.

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The Air force intercepted smuggled goods and over 4,000 drums and jerrycans of petroleum products, which were to be delivered to the Boko Haram sect.

The Director, Public Relations and information of the Nigerian Air Force, while addressing reporters, said patrols along the Nigerian-Cameroon borders have greatly strained the supply efforts of Boko Haram. The items were gotten from smugglers in Bele, Konkul, Dahin-Hausa, Bilachi and Pepe villages, all located along Nigerian Cameroon borders.

                                air force-on-smuggled items

President Muhammadu Buhari had met with his Cameroonian counterpart, Paul Biya to discuss ways both countries will put an end to Boko Haram activities along their border.

The Nigerian Air force Director said the products were delivered through aerial patrol covering land and sea.
''Efforts are going to ensure that every help available to the terrorist sect are truncated,'' he stated.

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