Nigerian Military, NAF Fighter Jet Bombs IDPs Camp In Borno State, Kills Foreign Aid Workers

naf fighter jet kills 52 foreign aide workers

January 17, 2017 – Nigerian Air Force, NAF Fighter Jet Mistakenly Kills Foreign Aid Workers, Doctors Without Border Volunteers At IDPs Camp In Kala Balge Borno State

The Air force fighter jet today mistakenly bombed some international humanitarian aid workers working for Doctors without borders while targeting Boko Haram terrorists in Kala Balge area of Borno state.

According to Major General Lucky Irabor, some soldiers guarding the aid workers were also wounded in the operation.

Here is a statement Irabor released during a Press briefing tonight in Maiduguri.

Doctors without borders revealed that at least 3 foreign aide workers and 49 civilians were killed in the air strike.

4 thoughts on “Nigerian Military, NAF Fighter Jet Bombs IDPs Camp In Borno State, Kills Foreign Aid Workers

  1. Operation from the air isn’t always easy. Occasionally,their are bound to be miscalculations and human error when flying a fighter jet to conduct a strike. Even the most advance fighter jet in the world equipped with the most sophisticated electronics are sometimes subjected to error due to it pilot. More Care need to be taking next time to avoid civilian casualties. BoKo Haram must be dealt with and wiped out completely.

  2. Foreign Aid Workers, next time don’t come. Reason Africa hasn’t develop is because they know foreigners/white go help them, Nigeria especially…let them train their own resources to be complite

  3. I DON’T BELIEVE THAT WAS A MISTAKE. IDP CAMP IS A PLACE ESTABLISHED FOR PEOPLE WHO MANAGED TO ESCAPE FROM BOKO HARAM. THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY TO ELIMINATE THEM.

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