PHOTOS: NAF Presents “Special Birthday Gift” For Boko Haram


Photos shared by a Nigerian Air Force, NAF, troops tagged: “Birthday gift for Boko boys” has gone viral, spurring excitements on the special birthday gift that awaits the notorious Islamic terrorists, Boko Haram; a terror group that have wasted thousands of innocent lives since 2009.

BuzzNigeria recalls that the Federal Government had earlier ordered Air Weapons from the U.S in to support complete wipe out of insurgent in the country, including other uprising group that might be a future threat to the nation.

Meanwhile, the Nigeria Air Force is currently conducting a Rappelling Refresher Exercise which commenced last Friday in Kaduna.

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PHOTOS: NAF Presents "Special Birthday Gift" For Boko Haram
A Special Birthday gift for Boko Haram boys

The 8-day exercise is code-named Exercise Rockfall and the objective is to sharpen the professional skills of rappellers in the NAF for operational efficiency through training and retraining. A total of 31 airmen and an officer are participating in the exercise.

PHOTOS: NAF Presents "Special Birthday Gift" For Boko Haram
Airmen descending from chopper on ‘Rockfall’ training exercise.

Nigerian troops has been relentless in their quest to end terrorism in Nigeria and also lend their support to neighboring country Niger, as Boko Haram has reportedly dominated the region. The Islamic terrorist activity in Niger, precisely in the Southeastern town of Boso, has become predominant, and a recent clash between the two countries Army (Nigeria and Niger) and Boko Haram had left a death toll at it’s wake. During the gun battle, 32 soldiers were killed; two Nigerian soldiers and 30 Niger soldiers.

PHOTOS: NAF Presents "Special Birthday Gift" For Boko Haram
31 airmen and an officers are participating in the ‘Rockfall’ exercise.

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And so the seeming endless battle against terrorists continues as National Human Right Commission had, last week, commence the process of collation names of missing persons since the beginning of Islamic insurgent in Nigeria. The exercise, they say, is to determine the exact figure of citizens who have been directly affected by Boko Haram terrorists.