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Military sources have on Tuesday night, revealed how the Nigerian Air Force ‘Operation Dole’ East, secretly planned and carried out the massacre of over 100 civilians, in the Internally Displaced Persons, IDP, camp in Borno State, on Tuesday evening.
This came as the nation was about coming to terms with the suicide bomb attack at the University of Maiduguri, leading to the death of a Professor, and many others.
Sources said that the air strike was carried out on one of the IDP camps, in Rann, the headquarters of Kala Balge Council, in which civilians were killed, while two soldiers, staff of the International Committee of Red Cross, ICRC, and Medicine San Frontiers (Doctors without Borders), were critically wounded.
A close government source said: “More than 100 innocent civilians were killed in the incident. The Nigerian Air Force was said to be carrying out mop-up operations, against the insurgents in the North-East, when the incident happened.’’
Confirming the incident at a News Conference held at the Theatre Command Headquarters of Operation, Lafiya Dole, on Tuesday, Major-General Lucky Irabor, said upon receiving an intelligence report that some Boko Haram elements were regrouping in Kala Balge Local Government Area of Borno State, he quickly ordered men of the Air Force to address the problem.

“This morning (yesterday), we received reports about gathering of Boko Haram terrorists, somewhere in Kala Balge Local Government Area of Borno State. We got a coordinate, and I directed that the Air should go to address the problem.
“Unfortunately, the strike was conducted, but it turned out that the locals somewhere in Rann were affected.
Also confirming the incident, Military Spokesperson, Brigadier-General Rabe Abubakar, confirmed the incident, but explained that it was an error that the military deeply regrets. He explained that soldiers got information of movement of Boko Haram members, and deployed ground troops and air cover to tackle the terrorists. It was the air support that mistakenly dropped the bomb”, he said.
The Nigerian Air Force, in a statement by its Director of Public Relations and Information, Group Captain Ayodele Famuyiwa, expressed sadness over the incident. Famuyiwa in a statement, said: “NAF is saddened by today’s (yesterday) accidental air strike by its fighter jet at Rann, in Kala Balge area of Borno State, in which some innocent lives were lost.
“While available information is sketchy, the Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, is taking appropriate steps to avail us with details of the incident. The loss occasioned by this unfortunate incident is deeply regretted.
“NAF commiserates with those affected and their families, and would update the public as soon as detailed facts emerge from the investigation.”
In a swift response, President Muhammadu Buhari, in a statement, had also commiserated with the victims of the incident.

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