Boko Haram Shocker: Chadian President Says Jonathan Allowed Shekau Escape At Dikwa!

By on March 10, 2015

The latest bombshel from the Preseident of Chad has revealed the shocking news that the Nigerian President, Jonathan Godluck, has not been fortright with Nigerians, and had been playing games with the lives of Nigerians in his ghost fight against the notorious Boko Harm

Reuters Report yesterday quoted extensively from interviews granted by the Chadiaam President, Idriss Deby where he revealed that it was  Chad unilaterally that finally decided to take the war to the Boko Haram and NOT President jonahan as he has been claiming. Furthermore, President Darby revealed that rather than seriously confronting the Boko Haram, President Jonathan and his military top brass have actually been stalling the process of decimating Boko Haram at every turn.

boko haram leader escaped at kubwaAs part of his desperate moves to get reelected, Our President Jonathan claimed that after five years of tolerating the Boko Haram that has killed thousands of Nigerian citizens, he finally decided, after postponing the elections for 6 weeks, to defeat Boko Haram and show Nigerians he was not incomptent as many have assumed. This latest bombshell by the Chadian president has exposed this terrible lie by the president for what it is.  The Chadian President’s press conference has now exposed the truth that ‘this real war against the terrorists was decided upon unilaterally by Deby in reaction to Boko Haram obstructing Chad’s trade routes with Nigeria and the economy of the landlocked nation’.

The following are direct exerpts from the reuters report:

“Officials from Chad, Niger and Cameroon say lack of cooperation from Nigeria has for months hampered efforts to put together a regional taskforce against Boko Haram. Chad was compelled to take unilateral action in January, under a deal that allows it to pursue terrorists into Nigeria, after Boko Haram violence started to choke off imports to its economy. But for a country proud to be a major African power, it would be an embarrassment to President Goodluck Jonathan as he seeks reelection for a smaller nation to tackle Nigeria’s security problems, diplomats say.”

boko haram leader escaped“Chad has been ready to press deep into territory controlled by the Islamist group but Nigeria refused to let them. We turned back because Nigeria did not authorise us to go any further,” army spokesman Colonel Azem Bermandoa said. Nigeria has for months hampered efforts to put together a regional taskforce against Boko Haram. End quote

Of course, Nigeria’s military spokesperson, General Chris Olukolade, has come out on Wednesday to deny the Chadian claims of Nigeria stalling Chadian aggression against the terrorists. Olukolade claimed that instead his people have been trying their best to dislodge boko haram for the last few months.

I guess NIgerians can decide for themselves whether the Nigerian govt is indeed serious about getting rid of Boko Haram or whether the Jonathan goverment is simply using the Boko-Haram as an excuse to further loot the treasuries of Nigeria and put a wedge between the North and South for political reasons.

About Dr. Ope Banwo

Dr. Ope Banwo is an Attorney; Pastor; Business Consultant; Author; Motivational Speaker, and Corporate Solutions Provider. He holds several degrees in Law including a Bachelors, Masters and a Ph.D. He was admitted to the Nigerian Bar (1986), New York Bar (1997) and Federal Court of Nebraska (1997) in the United States. Ope Banwo has written several published books on different topics over the years including bestsellers in Christianity; Lifestyle; and Business such as The Kingdompreneur, Overcoming The Gideon Complex, The Kingdom Citizen, The Return of The Prodigal; The Blessings of Adversity; African Internet Business Manifesto; Confessions Of A Guru-Wannabe; Social Media Marketing Genesis; Offline-Online Business Manifesto, Digital Marketing Without Tears For Company Executives etc. Deeply committed to public service and service to humanity, Dr Ope Banwo has also initiated several public initiatives including the Ghetto Dreamz Foundation to empower economically-disadvantaged Youths; The Omega Wealth Club to teach youths legitimate ways to employ themselves online; The Kingdompreneur Academy to impact Christians in Business and the Nigerian Market Ombudsman to ensure transparency, accountability and fairness in the market place.

9 Comments

  1. Pastor Emmanuel Isaac E

    March 10, 2015 at 10:03 pm

    I Love This And Aprehend To Hear More Again

  2. fatah badmos

    March 11, 2015 at 5:30 am

    It is obvious that Jonathan was not interested in any wholesale war to route Boko Haram. Now that he needed to win the election, he has suddenly realised that a push against Boko Haram is plus for votes. We are not deceived, it is too late.

  3. yusuf bomb

    March 11, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    kindly confirm issues before publication

  4. Daniel Adams

    March 11, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    Another Islamic campaign from Islamic country. Alliance with apc.

  5. etochi

    March 11, 2015 at 11:21 pm

    Regarding this post…I went reading for myself…I searched Reuters with the words..
    President Idriss Deby with relevance by date…

    Guess what showed up?>>>the last time that was written on was on the fourth of march….evidence:

    http://uk.reuters.com/search/news?blob=President+Idriss+Deby&sortBy=date&dateRange=all

    I also searched the site for BOKO HARAM: an the following emerged:….

    .http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/03/03/nigeria-violence-chad-idUKL5N0W426J20150303 for 3/10/2015 because the Nigerian forces refused that no one should come further inland..it is called sovereignty…can u assume and start shooting at random?

    On the 9/10/2015,, which your report claims..the posting say this:

    >>>http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/03/09/nigeria-violence-niger-idUKL5N0WB27U20150309

    The entire search ended with a total page result of the UN resolution today to enter into the war against BOKO HARAM……which is found here:

    http://uk.reuters.com/search/news?blob=boko+haram#top

    I am asking these questions based on your profile with suggests that you are a kingdom servant, which I would wish to related with…could you please offer us a reply within the next 3 days, as we would b checking for the outcome…thanks

  6. etochi

    March 11, 2015 at 11:36 pm

    while you put together an answer, check this out…

    https://markcurtis.wordpress.com/2007/02/13/nigeriabiafra-1967-70/

    and you can begin to understand my drift about my next question to you, which is what is your take on the dumping of unemployed Ibo people at Head Bridge, and why have you not written on it? If these wars are being fought on Yoruba grounds, will you respond with equal fire power?..

  7. Jamila Zanna muhammad

    March 12, 2015 at 11:24 am

    TTHE STRUGGLE FOR CHANGE CONTINUES!!!!!! UNTIL THE PEOPLE CAN AFFORD THEIR BASIC NEEDS; ESPECIALLY THE LESS PRIVILEDGED.

  8. w u Barry

    March 12, 2015 at 2:59 pm

    The president has the prerogative whether to compromised or not to compromise the Nigeria foreign policy and that discretion is based on facts.
    Chad, Niger and Cameroun once thought it was Nigeria problems until they began to suffer economically, just as the news reported.
    Don’t politicize the clean up because bit it for our good as Africa self effort

  9. teslim

    March 12, 2015 at 10:16 pm

    May God save us from GEJ incompetency to rule our dear country, Goooooo GEJ enough is enough.

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