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US, other world powers’ support on insurgency minimal, says Buratai - Punch Newspapers

The most widely read newspaper in Nigeria

23 October 2021Ex-Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, has said the United States, the United Kingdom and other world powers’ contributions to help Nigeria deal with insurgency are minimal.This was just as Buratai said the war on terrorism required a collective fight, adding that relying solely on the military to end the war would be counterproductive.

Tukur, Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Republic of Benin, stated this at the lecture for the 24th, 25th and 26th convocation of Modibbo Adama University Yola.He spoke on the paper titled, ‘The Nigerian front in the war on terror: Security and Development’.

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Sure General Buratai, recall when U were in charge, U implied that it was left to Nigerians to decide wether they wanted Boko Haram to end. Remember? So why would another country come and carry Nigeria's load when we encourage Boko Haram. That is correct ,the Nigeria military is fighting middle east sponsored terrorists alone , and surviving and yet gets mocked by the western nations , whose military fight insurgency in coalition with other nation and still lose

And you sat their earning a salary! The fact that it was mostly in your own State makes it suspicious that you were shielding your recalcitrant brothers whose mission you understood When you're pointing finger remember the other is directly hitting back at you. And what about the people he killed when he was in office as a Nigeria Army Boss?

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Published 23 October 2021 Ex-Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, has said the United States, the United Kingdom and other world powers’ contributions to help Nigeria deal with insurgency are minimal. This was just as Buratai said the war on terrorism required a collective fight, adding that relying solely on the military to end the war would be counterproductive. Tukur, Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Republic of Benin, stated this at the lecture for the 24th, 25th and 26th convocation of Modibbo Adama University Yola. He spoke on the paper titled, ‘The Nigerian front in the war on terror: Security and Development’. The Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Abdullahi Tukur, said the convocation was delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic which stopped the ceremony from holding in April 2020. Read Also