Without GEJ's Permission, Idriss Deby Of Chad Dispatches Troops To Capture Baga

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Article written by Dr. Peregrino Brimah of Ends.ng

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That there is a vacuum in Nigeria’s leadership is not in dispute; however the recent declaration by the president of Chad, Idriss Deby compounds Nigeria’s delicate situation and threatens the nation’s sovereign integrity. As reported by the AFP in an article of January 17, 2015, captioned “Thousands see off Chadian troops to fight Boko Haram,” Idriss Deby the authoritarian leader of Chad, Nigeria’s north eastern neighbor, said “in a speech read by the speaker of parliament that the new deployment (of Chadian troops to Cameroon) aimed to recapture Baga.” Cameroon had requested for and welcomed the deployment that saw 400 Chadian military vehicles arrive in Cameroon. [AFP] However Nigeria was not invited to the table.
Nigeria’s military leadership as quoted by the AFP are “lukewarm.” The word is defined by Google dictionary thus: “(of a person, attitude, or action) unenthusiastic.” Nigeria’s military spokesperson, GEN Olukolade said as quoted by the AFP: “All support for our operations will be welcome, but it must conform with our own ongoing operations.”

In as much as Baga at the border with Chad and another 14 to 20 local governments in Nigeria by all means needs various degrees of military liberation from Boko Haram’s control, a Chadian intervention without approval by the African union or explicit approval by Nigeria’s government, even though lacking and inebriated infringes on the laws of national sovereignty; and prompts further suspicion of the intentions of Nigeria’s neighbors who have reportedly been permissive and in some cases frankly supportive of Boko Haram [See CNN]. The Chadian government and the government of Niger pulled out their troops from the multi-national force stationed at Nigeria’s northeastern border late last year leading up to and enabling the Boko Haram massacre that resulted in 2500 to 3000 dead.

The stationing of troops by Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger by November 1 of 2014 was agreed upon by the four nations at the Paris summit in May of last year. Acknowledging a vacancy of leadership in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital of government; the new do-it-our-way, without Nigeria’s or any other openly known regional or global union’s explicit authorization challenges years-long developed modalities of territorial interrelation. Boko Haram terrorists are known to organize, train and source weapons from Chad, Niger and Cameroon. Nigeria has over the past years demanded these nations seal their borders and disallow terrorist’s assemblies on their soil. The McCain approach of total disregard to “some guy called Goodluck Jonathan,” disregards Nigerians as a whole and compounds an already highly suspicious situation and pits Nigerians to choose between Boko Haram (mostly) foreign terrorists’ invasion and foreign leaderships’ invasion. Nigerians in the affected territories swear that Chad president, Idriss Deby is a sponsor and financier of Boko Haram. A majority of Boko Haram insurgents are Chadians [SaharaReporters, Jan 14, 2015]. There is undeniably a serious problem here. In the course of Nigeria’s French neighbors partnering and protecting their interests, this cannot be done with permission of terror to Nigeria and at any risk to Nigeria’s territorial integrity. [See: “Serious Allegations of Cameroon, Chad Arming Boko Haram Is Act of Terror And War;” ENDS.ng Oct 14, 2014]

In October last year, Nigeria’s president and the president of Chad jointly declared a very suspicious cessation of fire against Boko Haram [Which ENDS promptly rejected on behalf of Nigerians]. This leadership ‘blunder’ which world unions and lead groups were slow to recognize led to the strengthening of Boko Haram and the deaths of thousands more innocent Nigerians and Cameroonians. The world cannot continue to sit and watch these deadly conspiracies and administrative ‘errors.’

John Dramani Mahama, of Ghana, head of the regional Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS on Friday called for an African action against the Boko Haram regional threat. Absent a change of Nigeria’s incapacitated government, this is the right action, long overdue. On behalf of the people of Nigeria, we demand Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon sit down and negotiate the full modalities of any incursion by Chad and/or Cameroonian forces into Nigeria’s territory, and that the urgent agreements reached as sanctioned exigently by the African union.













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papadip at 10:09 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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We need all the help we can get…….
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emmanuel14 at 10:16 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Mohammed is am idiot for bringing this kinda religion to this world..
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freeway001 at 10:25 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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@ mr idiotic poster making up stupid story from this graciös development is madness......   chads effort is a MASSIVE blessing to us...  you see things ridiculously mr poster...
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blakman1 at 10:33 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Poster you be MUMU what kind of permission does he need in this mess we found ourselves all we need is savior in the hand of these bastards called BOKO HARAM.
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blakman1 at 10:39 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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LETS NO ONE SLEEPS WITH TWO EYES CLOSE IN CASE THERE IS EXTERNAL AGGRESSION MAKE YOU GO CARRY GUN YOURSELF. OUR GOVT NA RUBBISH.
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beneno at 10:41 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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charlesomo at 10:55 PM, 18 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Why e-bi say na only nothan get this problame? Because dem think say na only dem be nigeria and dem need the presidant by false.
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tmaxdon at 12:41 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Now Nigerians should know they have a weak President.. Shame on the Nigerian government..
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malalawan at 12:42 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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The poor Chad is sending out 400 military vehicles to confront BH. Hmm, the hight number of military vehicles Nigerian ever sent to borno at once is never more than 40
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tmaxdon at 01:06 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Its all part of the transformation agenda..Nigeria is becoming irrelevant in everything...
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egwuevans17 at 01:06 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Quote from: freeway001 on 10:25 PM, 18 Jan 15
@ mr idiotic poster making up stupid story from this graciös development is madness......   chads effort is a MASSIVE blessing to us...  you see things ridiculously mr poster...
This is a confirm story, i watch the troops dispatched yesterday on Aljazeera...
i just hope this people are not aiming to undermine the nigerian security..
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Abogado at 02:01 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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THIS MAN IS FOOLING HIMSELF COZ WE KNEW HIS ACTIVITIES WITH BOKO HARAM .
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showskill at 02:53 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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A KIND OF PRESIDENT WE NEED IN 9JA IS A YOUNG CONVERTED 4M MILITRY MAN INTO POLITICAL NT SUCH PERSON LIKE BUHARI N CO OR WEAKED BADLUCK N HIS GROUP....
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proly at 03:06 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Hmmmmmmmmmm
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elchymo at 03:15 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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EmekaBlue at 04:28 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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boko haram issue has really ridiculed nigerian army....more praise to d press tho who highlighted them so high and nt really publish their deaths in thousands
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osarobo62 at 04:30 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Nigeria has become the giANT of Africa
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otagermo at 04:32 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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Make Una shine Una eyes.... I no trust any Aboki ... Those people fit be Bokos  ... God punish moh-mad
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EmekaBlue at 04:36 AM, 19 Jan 15 (2 years ago)
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9ja pride fall in d hands of boko..Imagine this same man who decieved d govt on amnesty..dnt trust him so much might want to finally come capture d north with tactics..
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