Patriotic Front of Nigeria warns Borno State Governor Zulum to desist from hiring Chadian Troops to face Boko Haram | - Awareness Media Ng Patriotic Front of Nigeria warns Borno State Governor Zulum to desist from hiring Chadian Troops to face Boko Haram 2020 - Awareness Media Ng

Patriotic Front Of Nigeria Warns Borno State Governor Zulum To Desist From Hiring Chadian Troops To Face Boko Haram


The Patriotic Front of Nigeria (PFN) has warned the governor of Borno state, Babagana Zulum, against plans to engage the collaboration of Chadian soldiers in the fight against insurgency.

 The PFN  said Zulum's visit to N’Djamena in January to invite the country's army to come to occupy Nigeria and help fight insurgency is condemnable.

A statement by the group said it appears the governor plans to cede a part of Nigeria under the pretext of inviting Chadian forces to help Nigeria curtail the activities of Boko Haram and ISWAP.

The PFN warned the governor to desist from this plot, urging well-meaning Nigerians and the international community to join in the condemnation



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. The statement said:

"We see an existential urgency for caution in this development considering that Professor Zulum now appears to be acting from the same script as the Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists that had vowed to create insurgent nation-states governed by the strictest configuration of Sharia law."

 "The entire region will be destabilized even as the waning insurgency and terrorism in the Lake Chad Basin will take a turn for the worse. There is also the long term stability of Nigeria that would be jeopardized,"

It added it is unacceptable when a governor deploys the instrument of state to back the terrorists' quest to break up the country. Boko Haram: Group cautions Zulum against plans to engage Chadian soldiers The group said Governor Zulum acted as though he was Nigeria's president with the gravity of utterances he made in Chad





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