Skip to comments.The African Union Readies an Army to Fight Boko Haram
Posted on 01/31/2015 1:08:31 PM PST by C19fan
Boko Haram is officially an international problem. At least according to the African Union, which asked the United Nations Security Council on Jan. 29 to greenlight an intervention force to bring the Islamist group to its knees.
The A.U. plans a 7,500-strong military force, named the Multinational Joint Task Force, and staffed by Nigerian, Cameroonian, Chadian and Beninese troops.
If the coalition gets the go-ahead, the soldiers will base in their respective countries, but coordinate and assist each other.
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1. Bring in Special Forces.
2. ROE - Kill them and break their things.
3. Institute a bounty - $100 for each head
4. Drive the muslims out
Nigerian government is part of the problem. I predict the country goes full Islamofascist by 2020.
I'm wondering if they aren't the problem. They're STILL not protecting vulnerable Christians in rebel areas.
Nigeria is one of those countries that was making some progress because of oil revenues, and is suffering now. Granted, they mostly misused that money. Bun now they don't even have it coming in to fight the terrorists if they wanted to.
Expel all Muslims
Stop all aid to Muslim lands
That’s all the continent of Africa could come up with, 7500?
Why do these countries need to wait for the "go-ahead" by the United Nations? Boko Haram is an imminent threat to the region that they have every right to confront whether the U.N. approves or not .
“Some say Nigeria’s administration is its most kleptocratic ever.”
just another African hole to throw away our money in./
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