The Nigeria Air Force attack aircraft bombed Bula Korege area of Borno State on the fringe of Sambisa forest.
This is said to be the Boko Haram meeting point.
It was disclosed that about six terrorists were killed at the strike orchestrated by the Air task force of operation lafiya dole.
On Monday, the Air Force said to have carried out the operation on Saturday following “successive days of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance missions, coupled with human intelligence reports.”
The NAF director of public relation and information, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola said, “The ATF has decimated a location at Bula Korege on the fringes of Sambisa Forest being used by the Boko Haram as a meeting venue.
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The attack was conducted on Saturday following successive days of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance missions, coupled with human intelligence reports.
“A fighter aircraft attacked the hideout, scoring hits within the target area and leading to significant degrading of the Boko Haram structures as several terrorists were also killed.”