#OperationFlush: Nigeria and its allies plan final push on Boko Haram

by Panshak Ibrahim

Boko Haram may have a major battle coming for them as neigbhouring West African countries have reportedly drafted a plan to carry out a joint action against the terrorist sect.

In an effort to flush Boko Haram out completely, Chad, Cameroun, Niger and Nigeria, will attack the insurgents collectively.

The Nigerian Army was reported to have recently acquired weaponry, which included tanks, air crafts, long range and more sophisticated arms, night vision equipment, among others, to prosecute the war against Boko Haram.

It is believed that the four countries decided to launch the attack over the increasingly rampant attacks of the terrorists and the boldness at which they operate, and most importantly, the growing expanse of territories they presently control.

After the latest video from the terror group, in which Abubakar Shekau claimed to have enough weapons to take on Nigeria and its neighbours, Nigerian and Chad have supposedly taken steps to tackle Boko Haram.

It was gathered that tentative strategy was that; about two battalions from the Chadian armed forces will engage the Boko Haram terrorists, as they flee from the Nigerian onslaught by the country’s soldiers.

Meanwhile, the Cameroon and Niger armed forces who have been put on the alert, will strike down the terrorists who may want to escape through Gamboru Ngala and other border towns.

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