Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Shocking: Missing Nigerian Air force Jet, Linked to Synagogue Church Building Collapse!

A Nigerian Air Force Alpha jet, suspected to have been hijacked and has been missing since last week Friday is being said to have been used in attacking Prophet T. B. Joshua's Synagogue church of all Nations (SCOAN), resulting in a collapsed that killed several People

The Founder and General Overseer of the SCOAN, T. B. Joshua, had during Sunday service, made it known that Boko Haram attacked the collapsed six-storey building with a mysterious jet. In his own words;

"There was a jet hovering over the mountain where I had just left…They said it was hovering at a close range and before I knew it, I received a phone call   that the same jet was hovering over the building, passing around the building four times at a very close range before it collapsed."

He supported this point by releasing CCTV footage of the jet hovering close to the building just before it's collapse.

The Director of Defence Information, Maj.-Gen. Chris Olukolade had said that the jet, marked NAF 466, disappeared from the radar on Friday.

He continued, stressing that search and rescue efforts were still ongoing to establish contact with the crew. They have also reached out to neighbouring countries like Cameroun, Niger and Chad, for any information that could lead to the whereabouts of the jet. In addition, the military has also taken the step of deploying some jets, including Mi35 helicopter gunships, to fly in the route taken by the missing aircraft as part of the search, to find it's wreckage, in case it had crashed.

Eyewitnesses close to Ikotun, Egbeda and Iyana Ipaja areas of Lagos claim to have spotted a green coloured low flying aircraft around noon when the building collapsed.

Meanwhile Ibrahim Farinloye, the southwest coordinator for the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), today revealed the death toll from the incident is now 45.

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