Photos: See the damage inflicted on terrorists at outskirts of Marte in Borno State

Photos: Battle of Marte 

See the damage inflicted on terrorists at the outskirts of Marte in Borno State as Nigerian Air Force (NAF) helicopter gunships, dispatched by the Air Task Force of Operation LAFIYA DOLE, destroyed about a dozen of their gun trucks and other vehicles. 

The Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, while commending the gallantry and professionalism of personnel of the Air Task Force, has urged them to sustain the onslaught on the criminals, in synergy with sister Services and other security agencies, in order to rid the Nation of all terrorist elements.



Vestibulum bibendum felis sit amet dolor auctor molestie. In dignissim eget nibh id dapibus. Fusce et suscipit orci. Aliquam sit amet urna lorem. Duis eu imperdiet nunc, non imperdiet libero.

Post A Comment:


  1. President Mr, buhari and Mr, hope uzodinma, both Of you good, why una no fit help us make we the poormasses and citizens look 3quarter of ur look, Mr president I'm riding KEKE in anambra state of ur country no road with the revenue we all paid, hunger is also killing us u Mr Buhari and Government is not doing all, thank The almight God the Bigger than all is seeing You people, make unna continue.

  2. Dem say Nigeria is millions people on this planet, but my question is: can't Nigeria citizen receive payment for just a penny??yet we hear others letting our money billions everyday trillions every year but common 50k the bloody poor man can't boss of in this same country in fact, the poor are even being taken from...the so call revenues...a country where the poor are feeding the rich God will judge all of you wicked and devilish government who claims every man's dividend the God of isreal never doses nor slubber


We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles and blog posts. We are committed to maintaining a lively but civil forum for discussion, so we ask you to avoid personal attacks, and please keep your comments relevant and respectful.

Share your articles, stories or happenings around you with us.
+90 533 832 5802 (WhatsApp Only)