Wednesday, 1 March 2017

#BokoHaram! Ex-Senate President needs UN to Sanction Cameroon, Chad


A previous Senate President, Ameh Ebute has approached the United Nations security chamber to authorize Cameroon, Chad over 'their lack of concern and part in the exercises of the Boko Haram revolt.'


Ebute in a letter routed to the UN Secretary-General, expressed that the two nations have acted suspiciously and have been a piece of a scheme to undermine Nigeria's security.

The letter was additionally duplicated to the Chief Prosecutor, International Criminal Court, Hague; the President of France; US President, Donald Trump.

Others are President Muhammadu Buhari; Senate President Bukola Saraki; Speaker; Yakubu Dogara and President, African Union Commission, Addis Ababa.

Congressperson Ebute expressed that after a basic examination of the wonder and sharp perception of the patterns in Boko Haram operations, it cleared out exasperating pieces of information about their sponsorship to the bearing of Nigeria's francophone neighbors of Niger, Chad, and Cameroon.

The letter peruses:

"The main sign uncovered in unequivocal terms that each time the extremists strike in Nigeria, they escape into either or these nations for asylum, amid which time, they recover, re-empower, re-arm and surface to assault new focuses in Nigeria

"These nations demonstrated next to zero worry about the outrages of the organization on Nigerians, regardless of predictable noisy protests by Nigeria.

"At the point when Boko Haram changed its initiative in 2015, the Chadian President Idriss Deby acted suspiciously by straightforwardly admitting that the Boko Haram organization now had another pioneer, as Abubakar Shekau, had been supplanted by Mahamat Daoud, who is managable to discourse. How he showed such cozy information of the attitude of the new pioneer of Boko Haram raised doubts about his closeness to them and the outside connections.

"Likewise of note is that after communications with the initiatives of Chad, Niger, and Cameroon, by the Nigerian government, an understanding was come to on the best way to find Boko Haram psychological militants from these nations. They all assented to the development of a Multi-National Joint Military Task Force (M-JMTF), which was ordered to dispatch collective counter-assaults on escaping agitators in the outskirt groups of the separate nations.

"Yet, the M-JMTF just worked in Chad, Niger, and Cameroon for half a month and after that overshadowed or loose its operations for no clear reason. Be that as it may, escaping fear mongers and their families pursued from Nigeria by the Nigerian Military raced to these fringe nations without attack by any security compel, where they regroup to dispatch new assaults on Nigeria.

"It must be underscored that the three nations have dependably been the passage and leave focuses for psychological militants into and out of Nigeria. They additionally most likely fill in as supply courses for ammo', opiates and exchange to the fear based oppressors unreservedly. Why did these nations neglect to pull their strings against psychological oppressors as determined in the M-JMTF assention? What's more, to date, it clarifies the troubles confronted by Nigerian Army in totally clearing the leftovers of Boko Haram psychological militants.

"Since the fall of Sambisa timberland, their most secure safe house in Borno state, buildups of radicals have migrated to these nations, from where they stray into Nigerian regions to dispatch irregular assaults on delicate and darken targets."

He asked the UN Secretary General to summon applicable instruments, especially Article 99 of the UN Charter, to draw the consideration of the UN Security Council to explore the "subtleties of the expending fear based oppression undercurrents" in Nigeria which are sufficiently intense to bring about global break of peace and security.

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