VIDEO: Hard Currency, Arms Found On Nigeria’s Crashed Helicopter In Yola, Adamawa State. Some Foreign currency found inside helicopter that crashed in Yola last week? Image from an eye witness of helicopter crash in Yola last week.
“We have received serious reports that the helicopter that crashed in Adamawa state, last week, was loaded with hard currency and ammunition.” Eyewitnesses at the scene informed about these details. According to witnesses, the chopper was ferrying two white passengers. The passengers chased away eye witnesses and barred most security agents. They ordered the chopper to be burned. It can be recalled that it was publicly reported in the media that the chopper was on fire and explosions were heard from within it.
These shady actions of the passengers of the chopper raise pertinent questions. What was the hard currency and arms onboard for? Could this chopper have been on a mission to supply Boko Haram? Why was it ordered burned? Who were the white passengers? Recently a private jet belonging to the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Can was detained along with three passengers including an Israeli in South Africa on allegations of cash and arms smuggling. The confiscated $9.3 million dollars was only released to Nigeria after the Nigerian presidency blackmailed the South African government, threatening to harass their legitimate business interests in Nigeria.
The recent sham cease fire announced by the Jonathan-led government of Nigeria in suit with Ali Modu Sheriff, a named Boko Haram sponsor and the President of Chad also implicated in arming and supporting the terrorist organization, which allowed Boko Haram regroup and capture more territory in Borno state and the north half of Adamawa state has provoked serious review of the roles of Nigeria’s leadership in facilitating terror.
Currently, the Jonathan ordered clampdown on vigilante forces who had scored great victories against Boko Haram, liberating Maiha and Mubi towns in Adamawa has further pointed to an open effort by the nation’s leadership to protect Boko Haram possibly among other reasons to make elections impossible in the northeast next year February. SEE MORE ON PAGE 2