WARNING! ! ! After Ohanaeze Raises Alarm That Malami Planned To BOMB South- East With Tucano Jet, SEE How US Govt Reacted


According to the US government, the Super Tucano aircraft would be deployed only in the northern parts of the country, where Boko Haram terrorist criminals’ activities are being carried out against the Nigerian state.

Despite declaring the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB as a terrorist group, and the establishment of the Eastern Security Network by IPOB, the Federal Government will not be able to deploy security equipment in the South- East.

The South East has been at the epicenter of a separatist movement that threatens to split the country apart.

According to the statement released by US Principal Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Finer, told journalists that the conditions of the agreement regarding the sale of the 12 Tucano aircraft were explicit.


In response to a question about whether the Tucano fighter jets may be used to battle secessionists in the South- East, Finer said the jets were an important platform for security, especially in the North.

He said, ” We are delighted to deepen our security collaboration with the Nigerian administration, I believe we made our expectations about where this platform would be utilized and how it would be used. We are always raising concerns for all of our security partners around the world.

” This is a critical security platform, especially in the North, and we are glad that the transaction was completed successfully. ”

The military was unable to deploy the Tucano jets to smash the bandits in the North- West, according to report because the agreement made with the United States stipulated that the planes, which were purchased from the US, would be used to combat terrorists rather than bandits. This indicates that the fighter planes were exclusively sent to the North- East to combat Boko Haram militants.

The Federal Government had ordered 12 A- 29 Super Tucano planes to help in the fight against Boko Haram militants in Nigeria’ s northeast. The plane was believed to have cost $423 million.

Six More A- 29 Super Tucano Fighter Jets Land In Nigeria


The Federal Government had earlier announced that it had received the final six A- 29 Super Tucano fighter jets it had ordered from the United States.

On October 18, 2021, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information and Culture, said that the last six had been received and deployed to the North- East.

” All 12 Super Tucano fighter jets have been received, ” the minister announced on a TVC News show called ” This Morning. ” All 12 were present this morning and have been sent to the northeast.

” We’ ve got all 12 Super Tucano fighter jets. ” All 12 arrived this morning and have been sent to the northeast.

The Nigerian Air Force announced on July 22, 2021, through its spokesperson, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, that the first batch of six Tucano aircraft arrived in Kano at 12: 34 p. m.

Minister of Defense Bashir Magashi, Chief of Air Staff Oladayo Amao, and Chief of Army Staff Farouk Yahaya were among those who received the aircraft.

MASSOB Expresses Worry Over Fighter Planes


The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra claims it is concerned that the Federal Government may use Tucano planes to strike Igbo youths who are seeking independence from Nigeria.

It said that the killings and burning of houses in the Igbo community by Nigerian Army personnel in Imo State in the name of retaliation had caused trouble among its members.

In a telephone chat with one of our correspondents, MASSOB’ s spokesperson, Samuel Edeson, said that many innocent Igbo youths had been killed by security officers.

He said, ” The Fulani herdsmen have terrorized the entire Southern and Middle Belt region, but the Federal Government has neither designated them as terrorists or dispatched troops to pursue them, They plan to wipe out Ndigbo and seize our God- given country, but one thing is certain: evil will never triumph over good. ”

Ohanaeze Raises Alarm Over Malami Plan To Attack Igbos With Tucano Jets


Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the Igbo socio- cultural group, has accused the federal government of planning to deploy newly purchased Tucano jets to attack the South- East.

The move is being led by Abubakar Malami, Minister of Justice and Attorney- General of the Federation, according to the group.

Ohanaeze’ s Secretary- General, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, stated in a statement that the federal government is trying hard to convince the world that terrorists have taken control of the southeast so that it can attack the region with fighter jets and wipe out the Igbos.

The group, however, warned the government of the consequences of such action, stating that, it was aware that one of the conditions imposed by the US government for the sale of the jets was that should be used against bandits and Boko Haram terrorists in the northeast.

Isiguzoro stated that ” Malami is plotting in the jurisdiction for the deployment of the acquired Tucano Fighter Jets to the Southeast.

” The Federal Government has already finalized plans to deploy Super Tucano fighter jets in the Southeast. ”

” We are raising this alarm because it looks like a plan to invade the South East in the name of combatting terrorism has been finalized, but they should reconsider the lives of innocent civilians who are at risk of this plan. “

Source: Mcebiscoo.com

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