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 Kidnap Victims Fled As Nigerian Air Force Jets Stormed Bandit Camps Near Kaduna-Abuja highway

 Kidnap Victims Fled As Nigerian Air Force Jets Stormed Bandit Camps Near Kaduna-Abuja highway

The Air Component of Operation Gama Aiki, OPGA, has brought down some armed bandits in Kusarsu village, a community along Abuja-Kaduna highway in Niger State. Information Guide Nigeria

It was reported that some civilians abducted by the bandits fled during the military bombardments.

A military intelligence officer who was involved in the operation told PRNigeria that the hideout of the bandits was discovered at Kusarsu, while the movement of some bandits from Kusarsu towards Kaduna-Abuja Road was also observed earlier within the week. DAILY NIGERIAN reports.

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“Subsequently, Nigerian Air Force (NAF) aircraft under OPGA were scrambled in the early hours of 26 November 2021 to take out the targets”. jamb results

“Overhead Kusarsu, the NAF combat crew sighted several armed bandits gathered at the locations and subsequently launched a coordinated strike after which the location was seen engulfed in flames”.

“The aftermath of the strike also revealed remnants of surviving bandits fleeing the location. It was also observed that about 50 metres from the target location, several persons suspected to be kidnapped victims were observed escaping out of a makeshift structure and fleeing to nearby civilian settlements”.

“Similar strikes by NAF platforms at bandits’ locations in Gaude and Dutsen Magaji had the same effects as remnants of the bandits were observed to be scampering from the location”.

“Feedback from locals as well as own deployment around Kusarsu revealed that at 67 corpses of bandits have been counted during assessments the destroyed logistics bases destroyed of the terrorists



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