End of Boko Haram? Boko Haram top commander arrested and their weapon warehouse discovered by army
opera.com Apr 5, 2020 9:59 AM
Nigerian Soldiers have hailed their Chadian counterparts as the Chadian army launched an assault on boko haram. The assault took place around lake chad, led by Chadian president, Idris Deby and resulted in the arrest of Boko Haram top commander and a weapons warehouse.
The Nigeria Army are also described as a formidable force just like the Chadian soldiers, and strongly depends on military hierarchy that issues command which mean they cannot advance without authorization and clearance.
But the chad president led by example by leading the squad that initiated the assault, which boosted their morale to conquer the terrorist group.
Also, it is rumored that the implications of this success recorded by Chad are that the terrorists will flee to Nigeria since she’s considered their safe haven and the remnants of the terrorist will strive to survive by looking for weak villages to loot and also kidnap young people as recruits.
The international community will also likely see this Chadian success as an indication that Nigeria may not have been honest in the fight against this terrorist group and may shift their support towards Chad.
But this is goodnews, given that this terrorists have made the North of Nigeria a living hell and would be a respite for Northerners go about their activities without fear any longer.
Is this the beginning of the end of Boko Haram in Nigeria?