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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by UCHIHAmask(m): 9:09am On Dec 04, 2020
Kelvinhunta:
Not completely true! If mercenaries are contracted then all information pertaining to handling Boko Haram will be controlled within them and no other person will know so there is no way the information will be exposed
you can't be serious with what you just said,maybe you should do more research on mercenary activities and how it can be monitored,besides,even if the government agrees to them holding all their infos,their location and movements can still be easily monitored,no be moto dem go use,dem no go wear cloth,dem no go see villagers,abi dem b spirit...
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by horlams: 9:09am On Dec 04, 2020
That bolded part was 100% written by a Nigerian. Eeben Barlow doesn't speak like that, only the latter part can be attributed to him. These cheap bloggers should get a life and stop junk journalism
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by TONIOI: 9:10am On Dec 04, 2020
“The initial 3-phase campaign strategy (known as ‘Operational Anvil’) to degrade and destroy BH in Borno State, was rejected by his advisors,” Barlow added.

Barlow recalled that the company was willing to stay back in the Northeast but the President “made it known that the company’s presence would not be tolerated under his administration.”



Please what does this tell us ? its simple ,loud and clear they are the sponsors, they protecting them .

BH means bokoharam , BH fit still stand for Buhari sha grin , and den some pipo now help dem to bring dem into government ,abeg make dem dey enjoy the food wey dem cook with their own hand jarey .

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by MedicH: 9:11am On Dec 04, 2020
helinues:
Which kind of lie be this?

Mercenaries are everly available in this kind of situation.....

Haha when mercenaries plan an offensive with their sponsor against a terror group, their sponsor goes on to tell terrorists to be on the look out for the plan discussed and mercenaries comes out to discover that terrorists are already in the know and fully prepared. How u expect mercenaries to still go back to the condemned place? Use your head.

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by JAMO84: 9:11am On Dec 04, 2020
Tonitelli:



Great...now shut up and reboot....

When u are done rebooting,ask your self if ur idiotic bubu hasn't shown the most cluelessness for going back to the same mercenaries..
After degrading by 80%....

How do u feel now......dolt.
I am not aware that Bubu has gone back to mercenaries, you must be reading your news from www.bullsh!t.com
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by walozanga(m): 9:11am On Dec 04, 2020
JAMO84:
Sorry boy, that na your family house

I have a place for that. Your treatment is free mugu
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by WrittyWritter(f): 9:12am On Dec 04, 2020
Sometimes I find it hard to pity d Notherns..dey are d cause of their problems...we all know who sponsors Boko...Dey use Nigeria money to pay people to kill Nigerians smiley

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Kelvinhunta: 9:12am On Dec 04, 2020
Relax! I have told u how it's done, I know much about this as it's my field
UCHIHAmask:

you can't be serious with what you just said,maybe you should do more research on mercenary activities and how it can be monitored,besides,even if the government agrees to them holding all their infos,their location and movements can still be easily monitored,no be moto dem go use,dem no go wear cloth,dem no go see villagers,abi dem b spirit...
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Neoteny(m): 9:13am On Dec 04, 2020
blessmoss:
Buhari may be one of their sponsors

To what end?

To destroy his own administration and legacy and murder his fellow muslim northerners?

Hate buhari all you want, we all do, but making silly comments don't help.
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by JONSYN7154(m): 9:13am On Dec 04, 2020
Goldencheese:
But the chicken has come home to roost. They now want the mercenaries. Chai, who dash Nigeria this kind wowo leadership sef?
na tinubu

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Kelvinhunta: 9:13am On Dec 04, 2020
E pain am! When ever mad people speaks, you won't be told because it will be so glaring
JAMO84:
Madness is your Fqther permanent feature
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by JAMO84: 9:14am On Dec 04, 2020
Arysexy:
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Ur stupid and confused Buhari that claimed during inauguration to lead the war from war front and to move his seat of power to North East as a retired soldier, is now considering same mercenaries.

Who is more daft and clueless between both?
In which of your meetings with Buhari did he tell you he was considering mercenaries?
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Exedyne: 9:20am On Dec 04, 2020
toscolee:
Oritsejafor's reputation was rubbished back then by northerners looking for a scapegoat. They knew the story behind the private jet and money found in South Africa, but chosed to feed the masses a different narrative, to make Jonathan look bad.
The North's tolerance for religious riots and deep seated hatred of Christians paved the way for book haram.


That's why BH is always a problem there because everything is always about religion for them.

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Princedapace(m): 9:21am On Dec 04, 2020
My only problem is that my tax is among the tax they use to fund the fight in North East.

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by SavageMaster: 9:21am On Dec 04, 2020
Veqtor:
Let's not forget that there are Boko Haram terrorists in the govt and in the army.

If the mercenaries come back, they’d be sabotaged and killed the way the southern soldiers trying to fight for d country are being killed.

Just like they did our first female helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile...and swept d matter under d carpet.



I think the mercenaries have some form of autonomy. Sabotaging them will be difficult, as they don't have to be reporting their day-to-day movement and activities to the Nigerian authorities.
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by CzarChris(m): 9:22am On Dec 04, 2020
JAMO84:
Jonathan was so clueless he couldn't make our army strong enough to confront BH.
He had to hire mercenaries.


Our army are strong and gallant, they've degraded BH by 80%, the rest of the 20% too will be crushed Insha Allah. The unfortunate death of those farmers is a big set back for the fight against terrorism. May the Almighty Allah rest their souls.



BTW, Were the mercenaries around when BH was bombing Kano, Kaduna, Abuja, Kogi?




I AM DONE TALKING

How could GEJ use the military when it was an open secret that the army was compromised. With Boko Haram having moles inside the army giving the terrorists detailed information on military formations and movements. The only sensible thing to do was to bring in military contractors who are neutral and report to their principal that contracted them.

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Brushstrokes20: 9:23am On Dec 04, 2020
The redundant coupist is all shades of disasters!
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by Neddstark: 9:23am On Dec 04, 2020
Nigeria's democracy is not working because there is inconsistency in leadership. If a new party rules Nigeria tomorrow, they will destroy everything from the previous and take us tack with their ideas. Check it out, states that have had consistent leadership in values and party in Nigeria are actually the most progresssive state i.e.
Lagos
Anambra
Borno

Imagine that clown Rochas destroying what Ohakim did, then Ihedioha destroying all what Rochas did. Then that opportuned governor now destroying the little Ihedioha did and all Rochas did. How will the most learned state in the East ever get developed. As much as we need change, we should not erode the foundation and start from scratch. Buhari messed up with the issue of Boko Haram. It is like we are learning all over again.

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by DAYOODS(m): 9:24am On Dec 04, 2020
Nawa ooh
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by femmoy(m): 9:26am On Dec 04, 2020
princemillla:
Big shame!!!! So it's true that boko haram is a product of Nigeria, by Nigeria and for Nigeria.

We r our own problem. May thunder and ogun combine strike dead whoever is leaking information and sponsoring this animals



A big Amen to that.
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by KwaraRat: 9:29am On Dec 04, 2020
helinues:
Which kind of lie be this?

Mercenaries are everly available in this kind of situation.....

From hailer to Blamer to now disclaimer


Such is the sad fate of NL buharist zombies

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by RedPanthar: 9:31am On Dec 04, 2020
JimmyDarmody:
BAN ISLAM YOU MEAN


Lol. You're something

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Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by JAMO84: 9:32am On Dec 04, 2020
CzarChris:
How could GEJ use the military when it was an open secret that the army was compromised. With Boko Haram having moles inside the army giving the terrorists detailed information on military formations and movements. The only sensible thing to do was to bring in military contractors who are neutral and report to their principal that contracted them.
Hire mercenaries, short term benefits, empower our military, permanent benefits, chose your choice.

If there are saboteurs, weed them out. An Igbo Christian was in charge of the army, he wasn't competent enough to find the saboteurs in six years?
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by murtalaa(m): 9:35am On Dec 04, 2020
But Jonathan's Givernmennt denied the existence of mercenaries?
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by nasoeb: 9:38am On Dec 04, 2020
JAMO84:
Jonathan was so clueless he couldn't make our army strong enough to confront BH.
He had to hire mercenaries.


Our army are strong and gallant, they've degraded BH by 80%, the rest of the 20% too will be crushed Insha Allah. The unfortunate death of those farmers is a big set back for the fight against terrorism. May the Almighty Allah rest their souls.



BTW, Were the mercenaries around when BH was bombing Kano, Kaduna, Abuja, Kogi?




I AM DONE TALKING

WHO IS THIS ONE!
Re: Boko Haram: Mercenaries Vow Not To Return To Nigeria by UCHIHAmask(m): 9:42am On Dec 04, 2020
Kelvinhunta:
Relax! I have told u how it's done, I know much about this as it's my field
"it's your field",is that a point,is that even a logic,i said their day to day activities can be easily monitored even if they withheld infos from the government....like i said before they aren't spirits,they would drive,walk,meet villagers,hunters etc,be supplied stuffs if they don't want to go thelmselves.

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