Sunday, September 14, 2014

Nigerian Air Force jet used in fighting Boko Haram goes missing in Adamawa

A Nigerian Air Force Alpha Jet used in fighting Boko Haram insurgents has gone missing. The military plane reportedly disappeared from radar around Adamawa state after it went for a 'routine operation mission' at about 10:45 am (0945 GMT) on Friday September 12th.

Below is a statement posted on the  defence website...

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.

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