Pakistan Air Force has transferred three JF-17 Thunder airship to Nigerian Air Force to increase its defense power.
A decorum in this respect was kept at Makudri Nigerian Air Force Base. Nigeria’s Defense Minister was the guest of honor while Air Marshal Syed Noman Ali and Vice Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force was the special guest.
Talking at the event, Air Marshal Syed Noman Ali told today’s occasion is a historical milestone for Pakistan’s JF-17 plan and shows powerful military collaboration and joint trust between Pakistan and Nigeria.
Air Marshal Noman Ali talked that Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan aviation Complex would endure giving heartily to Nigerian Air Force in session all its demands. The Vice Chief of the Air Staff said more than the JF-17 airship would assist enhance the security power of the Nigerian Air Force.
Addressing the gathering, the guest of honor appreciated the efforts of the Pakistan Air Force to enlarge its collaboration and support in upgrading the Nigerian Air Force’s capacities to face Nigeria’s defense challenges.
He described about mentioning to the new installation that we are extremely delight and stimulated about the induction of JF-17 fighter jets from Pakistan.
The Nigerian Air Force had requested three JF-17 Thunder aircraft since 2018 and the transporting was assumed by the end of 2020, which was impelled by six months due to the COVID-19 widespread.
Nigeria is aimed to utilize these jets in its action against armed bandit groups, Boko Haram, and other traitors groups in the north part of the country.
Remember that Pakistan has already sold four JF-17 aircraft to Myanmar, last year. The country wants to enlarge its airship market to Malaysia, Azerbaijan, and other African countries.