Nigerian Air Force Confiscate 4000 Drums of Petrol Smuggled to Boko Haram Camps (Photos)

The Nigerian Air Force through its air patrol activities, covering both land and water, has caught huge supplies of petroleum and food products being transported to Boko Haram camps.

Through its intensified and persistent efforts in the ongoing fight against Boko Haram Terrorists, The Nigerian Air Force, has intercepted over 4,000 drums and jerry cans of petroleum products and other smuggled items.
The items, suspected to be supplies meant for the Islamic sect, were confiscated from the smugglers in Pepe, Dashin-Hausa, Belel Bilachi, and Konkul villages located along the Nigeria-Cameroon borders on Tuesday, 28 July 2015.
In a statement released on Wednesday by the Director Public Relations and Information of the Nigerian Air Force, Dele Alonge, said patrols along the Nigeria-Cameroon borders have greatly strained the supply efforts of the BHT (Boko Haram terrorists). Below is his statement;
“The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) through its intensified and persistent efforts in the ongoing fight against Boko Haram Terrorists (BHT) has intercepted over 4,000 drums and jerry cans of petroleum products and other smuggled items.
The items, suspected to be supplies meant for BHT, were confiscated from the smugglers in Pepe, Dashin-Hausa, Belel Bilachi, and Konkul villages located along the Nigeria-Cameroon Borders on Tuesday, 28 July 2015.
The NAF was able to achieve the recent feat through its air patrol activities, covering both land and water, along the Nigeria-Cameroon boarders. The NAF has continued to identify and destroy BHT camps and resupplies by employing surveillance and combat aircraft. Intelligence gathered revealed that these efforts have greatly strained the supply efforts of the BHT.”
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