News: Nigerian Jet Bombs Refugee Camp, Killing Scores

London, United Kingdom — A Nigerian fighter jet has done what they are best known for, killing none combatant, The jet on Tuesday bombed a camp for displaced people who had fled the Hausa Fulani politicians sponsored terrorist group, killing scores of camp residents and wounding many others, including humanitarian workers.

 

The bombing occurred at a government-run camp in Rann, Nigeria near the borders with Cameroon and Chad. The camp is in an area where Islamic Boko Haram has recently increased attacks.

 

Head of the regime and terrorist sympathizer Muhammudu Buhari of Nigeria said on Twitter that the camp was bombed by mistake. “I received with regret news that the Air Force, working to mop up BH insurgents, accidentally bombed a civilian community in Rann, Borno State,” he wrote.

 

Our reporter spoke to Yahgozie Immanu-el the Editor of Biafra24 radio and a cabinet member of Biafra Government in Exile, who said the attack is a routine operation of Nigeria government and it unprofessional Army of occupation.

 

He said “ this is not a new tactic, we have always known Nigeria army to be unprofessional and none combatant killers, the attack from our intelligent source was planed and well executed on none Muslim session of the area.

 

The medical charity Doctors Without Borders said its teams at the scene of the bombing counted 50 people dead and 120 injured as they provided first aid and tried to stabilize patients in hopes of evacuating the wounded.

 

The Associated Press reported, citing a Borno State official, that the overall death toll may reach 100 or more.

 

A helicopter dispatched by the International Committee of the Red Cross arrived on the scene late on Tuesday. Medical teams in Cameroon and Chad were also preparing to treat the wounded.

 

“We are in close contact with our teams, who are in shock following the event,” said Tim Shenk, a spokesman for Doctors Without Borders.

 

Written by Ifeoma Okoloezeh

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