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Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Omooba77: 12:24am On Mar 28
The President of Chad Republic, Idriss Itno, on Saturday lamented the impact of Boko Haram around Lake Chad basin, describing the sect as evil.

Itno said this while answering questions from State House correspondents after a meeting he had with the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd), at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

He lamented that the sect’s activities had so far affected four countries of the Lake Chad basin.

He said a situation where the Multinational Joint Task Force embarks on just one operation in a whole year also contributed to the difficulty in defeating the terrorists.



Itno, however expressed optimism that with the new strategies being deployed and new officers with fresh ideas being assigned to take over commands at both national and regional levels, the defeat of the various terror groups, including Boko Haram and the Islamic State, West African Province is imminent.

He said, “Boko Haram is indeed an evil that has hampered the four countries of the Lake Chad Basin and it has done many harm to our populations.

“It would be remembered that since 2013/2014, the four countries put together their means to create the Multinational Joint Task Force. The task force has had good results.

“Unfortunately, the resilience of Boko Haram and the Islamic State in the Lake Chad Basin has been unprecedented. They are being supplied, trained and formed through Libya.


“The MNJTF has done a lot of work and as you have seen recently, we have had exchanges on this with my brother on the way ahead.

“With the new team of the Chief of Defence Staff and the new commander that has been appointed at the Multinational Joint Task Force, they were convinced that we can eradicate Boko Haram.

“There is a lot of hope on this new team, with this new strategy. I remain confident that the four armies of the four countries can finish this evil and eradicate Boko Haram once and for all.”

Itno said the challenges facing Nigeria and Chad were also discussed at the bilateral meeting with Buhari.


He said the meeting also discussed various bilateral relations between the two countries and how to strengthen those bilateral relations.

He added that they discussed the issue of Islamic State and the challenges its members pose to the two countries as well as the Lake Chad environment.

He said they also talked about transportation from Chad, which is a landlocked country by road and the possibility of constructing roads as well as rail from Chad through Nigeria, and to Port Harcourt, where goods that are coming in will be able to be transferred to Chad.

https://punchng.com/bharam-resilience-unprecedented-chad-president/

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by peteregwu(m): 12:44am On Mar 28
The war against terrorism can't be over because Islam is the one breeding them. That's just the truth. I know some people will be angry at this comment.

We can't just deny it. We have different kind of non Islamic terrorists all over the world but they are limited within there locality and they don't just act anyhow but the one of Islamic terrorists is just all over the world because their religion is the one producing them. angry

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by slivertongue: 12:46am On Mar 28
they are funded from inside borno state

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Homeboiy: 1:43am On Mar 28
cry

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Agbegbaorogboye: 1:54am On Mar 28
The covert and overt support boko haram is getting is also unprecedented.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by owobokiri(m): 2:21am On Mar 28
Read carefully:

1)Chad and her blood gulping president know everything about Boko Haram.
This man has been fighting and killing since the 70s. Fought with Nigeria, fought with Libya, sent rebels into the heart of Khartoum some years back.. Idris was born to war...

2)The French and the Americans have some troops stationed in Chad!
Americans have a base in Niger with new facilities for drones!
Under Jonathan, the Nigerian government allowed the Americans to fly their drones across the north east airspace to "gather intelligence" on Boko! Very naive if you ask me, .. Someone might be telling Boko Haram about troops movements!

3)Boko seldoms disturbs Chad!
The Chadian president used to be the army chief in the 80s under Hussien Habre before turning against him. He was the army head when Nigeria fought a very swift but brutal war with Chad over her incursions into Nigeria! Buhari was commanding Nigerian troops then..

4)Locals in north eastern villages have CONSISTENTLY complained of helicopters dropping supplies to Boko Haram fighters in the bush!
According to them, the pilots are mostly whites!
One such helicopter crashed and actually a white was caught, dollars too! Leaks revealed Turkeys involvement. Countries loyal to America refused to sell weapons to Nigeria under Jonathan following Americas instructions..

5) IMPORTANT:
The French are increasingly worried about Nigerias "growth", especially under Jonathan and are thinking that a strong regional super power in west africa will undermine her amazingly lucrative imperialist ventures here! They're thinking of the future here and might be toying with the idea of balkanizing Nigeria..
Idris Derby is a stooge of the French, just like Eyadema, Biya, Bongo, Nguesso, Quattara, and most presidents of French speaking African countries..

6) IMPORTANT AGAIN:
Actually, Nigeria is now totally encircled by western forces, but because we have been very unfortunate with a series of dumb governments, this issue is seldom discussed.
There are French military bases in Cameroon, Niger, Chad and Benin Republic, together with the AFRICOM base in Niger.. All our neighbors! Pretending they're fighting isis, while Boko Haram grows..

Reach your own conclusions but mine is simple:
Boko Haram is a typical western "state destabilizing project" unleashed to subvert the abilities of a growing economy to challenge the neo-colonial status quo! Such projects are not new. Remember the Ortegas in South America? They were fighting insurgents like this, just that it's easier to achieve the goals here with religious zealots.. Shekau doesn't even know he's a stooge. Not sure he knows where his weapons are coming from..But the presidents of Niger, Chad and all these French West African colonies are aware.
What's more? Most of them are getting some crude oil stolen from Nigeria and so, do find the project relatively rewarding! They can't object anyways, if they do, there will be a coup the next week...

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Bluntguy: 2:56am On Mar 28
And to think that the old team has been compensated with ambassadorial appointments for their incompetence.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Penguin2: 3:45am On Mar 28
owobokiri:
Read carefully:

1)Chad and her blood gulping president know everything about Boko Haram.
This man has been fighting and killing since the 70s. Fought with Nigeria, fought with Libya, sent rebels into the heart of Khartoum some years back.. Idris was born to war...

2)The French and the Americans have some troops stationed in Chad!
Americans have a base in Niger with new facilities for drones!
Under Jonathan, the Nigerian government allowed the Americans to fly their drones across the north east airspace to "gather intelligence" on Boko! Very naive if you ask me, .. Someone might be telling Boko Haram about troops movements!

3)Boko seldoms disturbs Chad!
The Chadian president used to be the army chief in the 80s under Hussien Habre before turning against him. He was the army head when Nigeria fought a very swift but brutal war with Chad over her incursions into Nigeria! Buhari was commanding Nigerian troops then..

4)Locals in north eastern villages have CONSISTENTLY complained of helicopters dropping supplies to Boko Haram fighters in the bush!
According to them, the pilots are mostly whites!
One such helicopter crashed and actually a white was caught, dollars too! Leaks revealed Turkeys involvement. Countries loyal to America refused to sell weapons to Nigeria under Jonathan following Americas instructions..

5) IMPORTANT:
The French are increasingly worried about Nigerias "growth", especially under Jonathan and are thinking that a strong regional super power in west africa will undermine her amazingly lucrative imperialist ventures here! They're thinking of the future here and might be toying with the idea of balkanizing Nigeria..
Idris Derby is a stooge of the French, just like Eyadema, Biya, Bongo, Nguesso, Quattara, and most presidents of French speaking African countries..

6) IMPORTANT AGAIN:
Actually, Nigeria is now totally encircled by western forces, but because we have been very unfortunate with a series of dumb governments, this issue is seldom discussed.
There are French military bases in Cameroon, Niger, Chad and Benin Republic, together with the AFRICOM base in Niger.. All our neighbors! Pretending they're fighting isis, while Boko Haram grows..

Reach your own conclusions but mine is simple:
Boko Haram is a typical western "state destabilizing project" unleashed to subvert the abilities of a growing economy to challenge the neo-colonial status quo! Such projects are not new. Remember the Ortegas in South America? They were fighting insurgents like this, just that it's easier to achieve the goals here with religious zealots.. Shekau doesn't even know he's a stooge. Not sure he knows where his weapons are coming from..But the presidents of Niger, Chad and all these French West African colonies are aware.
What's more? Most of them are getting some crude oil stolen from Nigeria and so, do find the project relatively rewarding! They can't object anyways, if they do, there will be a coup the next week...

I agree with you that France is sponsoring Boko Haram.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Otaiky(m): 4:47am On Mar 28
Nigeria and Boko Haram are 5&6
Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by GreenDestiny2: 4:50am On Mar 28
Or Derby is Boko Haram.

To delete 90% of world terrorists, you need to delete Islam.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by kelechiodo(m): 4:55am On Mar 28
Do more sir and stop complaining
Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Tannhauser(m): 4:57am On Mar 28
owobokiri:
Read carefully:

1)Chad and her blood gulping president know everything about Boko Haram.
This man has been fighting and killing since the 70s. Fought with Nigeria, fought with Libya, sent rebels into the heart of Khartoum some years back.. Idris was born to war...

2)The French and the Americans have some troops stationed in Chad!
Americans have a base in Niger with new facilities for drones!
Under Jonathan, the Nigerian government allowed the Americans to fly their drones across the north east airspace to "gather intelligence" on Boko! Very naive if you ask me, .. Someone might be telling Boko Haram about troops movements!

3)Boko seldoms disturbs Chad!
The Chadian president used to be the army chief in the 80s under Hussien Habre before turning against him. He was the army head when Nigeria fought a very swift but brutal war with Chad over her incursions into Nigeria! Buhari was commanding Nigerian troops then..

4)Locals in north eastern villages have CONSISTENTLY complained of helicopters dropping supplies to Boko Haram fighters in the bush!
According to them, the pilots are mostly whites!
One such helicopter crashed and actually a white was caught, dollars too! Leaks revealed Turkeys involvement. Countries loyal to America refused to sell weapons to Nigeria under Jonathan following Americas instructions..

5) IMPORTANT:
The French are increasingly worried about Nigerias "growth", especially under Jonathan and are thinking that a strong regional super power in west africa will undermine her amazingly lucrative imperialist ventures here! They're thinking of the future here and might be toying with the idea of balkanizing Nigeria..
Idris Derby is a stooge of the French, just like Eyadema, Biya, Bongo, Nguesso, Quattara, and most presidents of French speaking African countries..

6) IMPORTANT AGAIN:
Actually, Nigeria is now totally encircled by western forces, but because we have been very unfortunate with a series of dumb governments, this issue is seldom discussed.
There are French military bases in Cameroon, Niger, Chad and Benin Republic, together with the AFRICOM base in Niger.. All our neighbors! Pretending they're fighting isis, while Boko Haram grows..

Reach your own conclusions but mine is simple:
Boko Haram is a typical western "state destabilizing project" unleashed to subvert the abilities of a growing economy to challenge the neo-colonial status quo! Such projects are not new. Remember the Ortegas in South America? They were fighting insurgents like this, just that it's easier to achieve the goals here with religious zealots.. Shekau doesn't even know he's a stooge. Not sure he knows where his weapons are coming from..But the presidents of Niger, Chad and all these French West African colonies are aware.
What's more? Most of them are getting some crude oil stolen from Nigeria and so, do find the project relatively rewarding! They can't object anyways, if they do, there will be a coup the next week...

Simple truth. I see some Nigerians are actually realising why Nigeria remains the way it is. The threat of a regional super power must be eliminated.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Oluolad86(f): 4:58am On Mar 28
cry Please help me with free treatment with a cardiologist, kindly confirm my case, I'm in Ibadan for any confirmation please

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by TinubuGoQuench(f): 5:00am On Mar 28
Terrorist!!! I don't trust you
Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by tete7000(m): 5:03am On Mar 28
Boko harams are Buhari's brother. How will anyone expect a defeat to btothers?

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by ReeLoaDead(m): 5:03am On Mar 28
The ‘evil Boko Haram’ can be decimated but it requires the strong will of the Nigerian government to do so. More powerful groups like ISIS/Daesh and Al Qaeda have been contained in other parts of the world and so why not Boko ...

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Duplexxx: 5:04am On Mar 28
For along we'll keep hearing stories, we need action action is what we need


Abeg make una go sit down

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Zendinho(m): 5:07am On Mar 28
And our own president is shocked

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by chrisxxx(m): 5:11am On Mar 28
Chadian president doesn't know he is fighting a government sponsored rebellion.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by ChocolateWine(f): 5:23am On Mar 28
Penguin2:


I agree with you that France is sponsoring Boko Haram.

Thanks for that summary.


I swear I for no no wetin that man dey talk sef



Modified

But wait o, no be this same France wey their president, Macron, come fela shrine dey fool himself, abi his using dem smokers to get info

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by DaddyGoo: 5:24am On Mar 28
@Owobokiri, 2 chilled Heineken with nkwobi and peppersoup for you!

Your brain is there!

Jean Franc hates even the West African puppets, only loves them when it's time to use or abuse them.

Just like olosho and client. Or her love-vendor in Jean Franc's case!

Nigeria and Nigerians still doubting how much this absolutely poor beggar thy neighbour European country called France hate us had better wake up and smell the coffee.

It's still not yet late!

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by nastyesco(m): 5:25am On Mar 28
See rubbish talk
Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Penguin2: 5:26am On Mar 28
ChocolateWine:


Thanks for that summary

Lol.

But as funny as it sounds, that was all that the entire epistle was trying to say.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by onoms4luv(m): 5:29am On Mar 28
The western countries won't like this wink tongue lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

But will bubu be happy in ending boko haram
Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Multiplier7(m): 5:34am On Mar 28
The last paragraph of this write up sums up the reason why he was here

1. He called Buhari Brother. Though am not surprise.

2. He heard about the father Christmas Buhari is doing for Niger Republic by constructing railway for them now he came not only for Railway construction o, he added roads too.

You and I know that Buhari will never fail his in-laws. Watch out how he will approve those projects.

My take is that he should stay away from Porth Harcourt o... He can construct the railway from Daura his local government to Chad Republic. Period

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by FrLukas(m): 5:35am On Mar 28
I'm sure the French can tell us the reason for Boko Haram's resilience.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by juman(m): 5:38am On Mar 28
The core north leaders have made their choice.
Boko haram, banditry, kidnaping, etc are the choices.

The people from other areas must reject it and break away from them.
Let the core north go and form their boko haram country.
Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by qualityovenbake(m): 5:45am On Mar 28
The fight with Boko Haram has been politicalized a long time ago. Money set aside for weapons for the military is being diverted to personal pocket by top military men. Some of our top politicians are being accused of sponsoring this terrorist for political gains. For Nigeria to win the fight against Boko Haram, we need to defeat the saboteurs and enemy inside our military and political class.

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Re: Idriss Deby: Boko Haram's Resilience Is Unprecedented by Sirjamo: 5:49am On Mar 28
GreenDestiny2:
Or Derby is Boko Haram.

To delete 90% of world terrorists, you need to delete Islam.
America and Israel have killed more women and Children in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan and Palestine than all the Islamic terrorists combine.


American leaders are the most brutal terrorists.


I condemn Islamic terrorists as well as States terrorists like George Bush, Barrack Obama and Benjamin Nathanyahu.


Why are Americans and the west always on Muslims soil? They've been at Muslims countries for decades, killing them and looting their resources. When they fight back, you call them terrorists. Hypocrites!!!!




I AM DONE TALKING

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