A Boko Haram faction has launched footage displaying the downing of a Nigerian fighter plane.
HumAngle reviews that the video confirmed fighters carrying Rocket Propelled Grenade, artillery gear, corpse of the pilot and the plane’s particles.
The web site shared screenshots of the crashed jet, each mid-air and on the bottom, on Friday through its Twitter web page.
The Nigerian Air Drive (NAF) Alpha-Jet was deployed for an operation towards the Boko Haram sect.
On Wednesday, the army confirmed it went off radar. No traces have been discovered since.
The fighter plane misplaced contact with base at about 5pm, similar day, whereas on an interdiction mission in assist of floor troops.
Native noticed the jet fly round Goni Kurmiri and Njimia villages after attacking terrorist areas across the Sambisa Forest.
DAILY POST reported the worry among the many army and civilian inhabitants that the insurgents, who possess subtle weapons, may need shot the plane.
Intelligence sources had defined that dangerous climate was hindering the search which commenced shortly after the disappearance.
The Chief of Air Employees, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao flew to Maiduguri on Thursday over the incident.
BREAKING: Boko Haram releases video displaying downing of NAF fighter jet