The Defense headquarters has confirmed an exclusive news alert from NewsRescue about the Alpha jet used in the successful attack against Boko Haram in Konduga, having gone missing after the mission, with the two pilots. See below.
NewsRescue exclusively broke this story Saturday evening. See: NewsRescue–BREAKING: Alpha Jet Used Against Boko Haram in Konduga Missing
After receiving intel. from our sources in the top security offices in Abuja, we were grappled with the tough decision of keeping the security secret or exposing it. We had been informed of the jet crash for several hours and were aware that for obvious security purposes, the Nigerian military preferred to keep this secret.
However, NewsRescue had to ultimately choose honesty. We have been on the defensive because of these lies that protect corruption and political terror sponsorship. Nigerians have lost the war on Boko Haram for five straight years because of Nigeria’s thieving top officials lies.
Nigeria has only this single old jet engaged against the terrorists in Borno, despite Jonathan and his army chiefs gulping well over $16 billion dollars for “waging this war;” whereas as we reported yesterday, the President has 11 private presidential jets; the President recently bragged that Nigeria is rich because it has the most private jets; whereas the military is only using one rickety jet to fight some of the world’s worst terrorists and risking the lives of its skilled pilots in old air vessels. Presidential jets as we reported are used for fun trips and to ferry ex-terrorists, Government death-squad leaders and terror sponsors.
We are determined that Nigeria will no longer lose both wars; we will do our utmost duty to keep our readers informed to handle their own security and to keep the nation’s lying and thieving leadership HONEST.
Below is the DHQ confirmation of our report:
“An Alpha Jet (NAF 466) belonging to the Nigerian Air Force is missing around Adamawa State. The aircraft, with two pilots onboard, left Yola at about 10:45am on 12 September 2014 on a routine operational mission and was expected back by 12:00 noon. Since then all efforts to establish contact with the aircraft have not yielded any positive result. Meanwhile, search and rescue effort is ongoing to establish contact with the crew.”
“In view of the foregoing, you are please requested to disseminate this information through your news medium for the awareness of the general public.”
“Thank you for your usual cooperation.”