Borno: Military Precision Air Strikes Obliterate Several Terrorists at Degbewa in Mandara Mountains


The precision air strikes by the Air Component of Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK) on Thursday, 2nd November 2023, have led to the elimination of several terrorists at their meeting point near Degbawa, a reclusive location within the Mandara Mountains in Goza Local Government Area of Borno State.

The air strikes were called for after intelligence revealed the sighting of some key terrorist figures and their foot soldiers arriving at the location in the last 2 days for a probable meeting. 

Our military intelligence source confirmed this to SpyeTV News that terrorists gathering in large numbers yesterday afternoon near Degbawa raised concerns, thus necessitating the need for air interdiction on the location with devastating outcomes for the terrorists. 

An assessment of the location after the strike revealed a large number of terrorists were indeed eliminated.

According to several sources, this particular location was carefully chosen by the terrorists to evade being easily detected especially by NAF aircraft. The outcome of the strike however proved the terrorists wrong as their nefarious plans to meet were detected, thus leading to the success of the air strike. 

Our military intelligence sources also noted that this strike was a major set back for the terrorists who have, of late, been at the receiving end of the air and land components of OPHK. 

Another source also noted that these terrorists were responsible for the recent attack on some locals in Geidam and had planned to meet to review the attack as well as plan the next line of attack on innocent civilians and other vulnerable targets.

When contacted, NAF spokesperson and Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, confirmed the attack at Degbawa and reassured Nigerians that the NAF will continue to go after these terrorists until they lay down their arms or are eliminated.

By SpyeTV News

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