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NAF destroys two IPOB/ESN hideouts in Anambra, Imo

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The Nigerian Air Force has destroyed two hideouts of the Indigenous People of Biafra and its militant wing, the Eastern Security Network, in Anambra and Imo states.

The Director of NAF Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, said in a statement on Wednesday that the strikes were carried out on Tuesday following credible intelligence.

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He said the strikes were aimed at dislocating the activities of the IPOB/ESN terrorists and denying them the liberty to carry out their destructive acts and killing sprees on innocent and law-abiding Nigerians.

Acting on credible intelligence that IPOB/ESN terrorists had perfected plans to disrupt civic activities lined up in the coming days in Anambra State and other States in Southeast Nigeria from their concealed bunkers/hideouts at Mother Valley Orsumughu, air strikes were authorized in conjunction with ground troops and other security agencies on the location believed to also house some of their weapons and ammunitions,” he said

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Gabkwet further stated that the strikes were carried out in close coordination with surface forces and other security agencies.

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