- Nigerian Military Aircraft ‘Friendly Fire’ Killed Colonel At Damboa, Not Boko Haram
- Citizens cite several more instances where military jets killed soldiers and civilian-JTF
July 7, 2014
We have just exclusively confirmed some distressing details of the recent publicized Nigerian military encounter with Boko Haram terrorists at Damboa this weekend in which 50 terrorists, a Colonel, DPO and 12 other army officers were killed.
According to NewsRescue’s credible sources, Colonel Abubakar Chamba who was killed in that attack was bombed by a Nigerian air force jet and not killed by the Boko Haram terrorists.
In the operation this weekend, the Civilian JTF and military men had surrounded the Boko Haram terrorists. They then called on the air force for aerial support. When the Nigerian jets arrived, rather than bomb the terrorists’ position, they bombed and killed Colonel Abubakar Chamba.
After this incident, Nigerian military men were afraid and fled Damboa, scared of not only Boko Haram, but sabotaged members of the very army they were part of.
According to reliable details we further received, this is a repeat of such internal deadly sabotage in recent months and weeks.
Three weeks ago, a reported terrorist attack at Bulabulin Ngaura in Damboa local government in which men of the Nigerian military lost their lives; the truth of this attack as detailed by soldiers who escaped alive, some who are now in hiding for fear of the crazy situation, is that it was fellow men of the Nigerian army that carried out the Bulabulin Ngaura attack on service men.
This continues a trend exposed by other foreign media and by visiting US agents.
We are unable to figure out how high up it is in the command chain – military, the office of national security and executive government, that this sabotage is being orchestrated. There is also no evidence of what concrete actions if any the Goodluck government has taken against these several disturbing reports of deadly treachery to military men and the communities of the northeast.