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Top presidential guard commander, scores of civilians killed after Chadian military aircraft shells private residence in N’Djamena

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At least five people mostly civilians and a top presidential guard commander have been killed after a military aircraft mistakenly shells private residence in N’Djamena heightening security tension in the capital.

A Chadian military aircraft had mistakenly dropped an ordnance over N’Djamena on Friday, April 17, destroying a private residence in the capital.

The rocket accidentally fired by a Chadian Air Force Su-25 Frogfoot parked at Base Aérienne Kossei NDjamena, Chad, struck an empty tanker truck, missed a  French Air Force C-130H from the Escadron de transport (Transport Squadron) 2/61 Franche Comté,  and landed in the house of Deputy Commander of the Presidential Guard, General Mahamata Salaha Brahima, killing two children and two adults, and wounding two others.

 

 

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