This may be why Jonathan couldn’t end Boko Haram insurgency (UPDATE)

As President Muhammadu Buhari looks into the Boko Haram war efforts of the last administration, information has emerged that Nigeria’s traditional allies in the West deliberately frustrated the efforts of former President Goodluck Jonathan’s, towards bringing an end to terrorists’ activities in the country.

A security source disclosed in Abuja that Nigeria, during Jonathan’s administration, 25 letters were written to the United States of America and other Western nations, seeking to acquire weapons to combat the terrorists, but they all turned down the requests.

“What was most painful was the fact that Nigeria was not begging to be given those weapons as gifts.    We were ready to pay for them but they turned their backs on us when we needed them most.

“The same people who made all the promises about assisting us to bring an end to the Boko Haram attacks and bring back the abducted Chibok girls did everything they could to frustrate our efforts.

“A conclusion was reached that the nation would suffer more devastation should she continue to beg those we regarded as our friends when things were going on well with us.    It was at that point that the nation had to look elsewhere, especially towards the East and Asia”, he said.

Although, the Western nations didn’t give a cogent reason for depriving Jonathan arms to combat the insurgency, but investigations has revealed that even the Nigerian Army had been infiltrated by Boko Haram members.

Also, it was said that the army are said to be aiding and working with the insurgent group.

This could be the reason Jonathan was ignored when he asked for weapons, partly for fear of the weapons falling in the wrong hands.

 

 

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