US Plans To Use Strategies To Attack Boko Haram

US Plans To Use Strategies To Attack Boko Haram

By Joy Abobi | News Reporter on May 6, 2014
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Picture taken from a March 5, 2013 video shows Abubakar Shekau (C), the leader of Nigerian Islamist extremist group Boko Haram, flanked by two armed and hooded fighters in an undisclosed place. (Photo Credit: AFP/Boko Haram)

In an attempt to rescue the abducted school  girls, The United States of America plans to use three strategies to destroy the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko haram.

A UK newspaper, Telegraph disclosed this  following a video released Monday, May 5, 2014 showing Shekau, the sect leader threatening to sell the abducted schoolgirls which reads:

“We are sharing intelligence that may be relevant to this situation. You are going to see a focus on this in all three channels of government: diplomatic, intelligence and military,” the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

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The scope and scale of the attack is worrisome because it shows the “brazen” lengths Boko Haram will go to and suggests a planning and logistics capability for a large-scale operation.

We may use drones to tackle the dreaded sect, quoted a US official with direct access to intelligence reports saying that Nigeria and US are sharing intelligence.”

Meanwhile, Boko Haram seems to have upgraded in their evil vices as they have acquired  more sophisticated armoury for their deadly operations.

According to an AFP report, Boko Haram members have taken over Gamboru Ngala, a Borno town with neighbouring Cameroon and also seen driving around the area in armoured cars and killing any residents who tries to escape into neighbouring Cameroon.

 “They have burnt the market, customs office, police station and almost every shop in the town and killed many people but I can’t say how many,” said Musa Abba, a resident of Gamboru Ngala in an account supported by several others. “They have taken over the whole town”,  the source revealed.


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