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Gwamnatin Shugaba Buhari ta Gama samun galaba Kan ‘yan ta’addan Nageriya ~Cewar shugaban sojan saman Nageriya Air Marshal Oladayo Amao

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Shugaban hafsan sojin sama, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, ya ce sojoji sun fatattaki masu tada kayar baya da sauran masu aikata laifuka da ke addabar kasar.

Mista Amao ya ce an cimma hakan ne ta hanyar tura dandali na zamani da shugaban kasa Muhammadu Buhari ya samar wa rundunar sojin saman Najeriya da kuma ‘yan uwanta.

Wannan na kunshe ne cikin wata sanarwa da kakakin hukumar NAF Edward Gabkwet ya fitar ranar Alhamis.

Ya ce NAF da sauran hukumomin ‘yan uwa sun yi amfani da sabbin makamai na Sabon dandamalin a fagen fama yadda ya kamata.

Mista Amao ya bayyana haka ne a yayin wani rangadin aiki na 205 Combat Search and Rescue Group, Kerang, Plateau, and 22 Quick Response Wing, Lafia a Nasarawa.

“Babu shakka cewa wasu sabbin dandamali a cikin Tsarin Yaƙi na NAF, musamman JF-17 Thunder jirgin sama, jirgin A-29 Super Tucano da Motocin Yaƙi na Jiragen Sama (UAVs) sune dalilan da suka haifar da nasararmu,” in ji Air Marshal. ya bayyana.

Hafsan hafsan sojin saman ya kara da cewa ana bukatar karin karin rugujewa gaba daya tare da fatattakar ragowar ‘yan ta’addan da har yanzu ke fara farautar wurare masu laushi, ya kuma gargadi sojojin da kada su yi kasa a gwiwa.

Mista Amao ya bayyana cewa rundunar sojin sama na sa ran za a kawo wasu sabbin hanyoyin da Buhari ya amince da su.

“Wadannan dandamali sun haɗa da jirgin sama na CASA-295 matsakaicin jirgin sama guda biyu, Beechcraft King Air 360 guda biyu, jiragen sa ido na Diamond DA-62 guda huɗu, Wing Loong II UCAVs uku da jirage masu saukar ungulu T-129 ATAK guda shida,” in ji shugaban NAF. “Sauran jirage masu saukar ungulu guda biyu na Agusta 109 Trekker, jirage masu saukar ungulu 12 AH-1Z da jirage masu saukar ungulu 24 M-346 don haɓaka aikin samar da wutar lantarki ta NAF da ƙarfin hasashen da kuma horar da iska. Ana sa ran isar da kaɗan daga cikin waɗannan ƙarin dandamali ga NAF kafin ƙarshen kwata na farko na 2023. “

(NAN)

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