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Monday, 31 July 2017

US said: Nigerian Military Lacks Capacity to Hold Captured Territories in N’East


Despite the federal government's claim that the military had crushed the Boko Haram psychological oppressors and was caught up with restoring dislodged people in the North-east, the United States' Bureau of Counter-fear mongering has said that the Nigerian military can't hold and modify regular citizen structures and foundations in ranges cleared by it in the district.

This and numerous all the more stunning disclosures are contained in the 2016 Country Reports on Terrorism discharged by the United States Department of State on July 19, 2017, however acquired by GISTSMARK.COM.

The report became known on the day Acting President Yemi Osinbajo denounced last Tuesday's trap of the Chad Basin oil investigation group by the Boko Haram, prompting the passings and snatching of individuals from the doomed group.

The report of the Bureau, a unit in the US Department of State, gave a false representation of the claim by the government that it was over the circumstance in the North-east.

While guiding military boss to move toward the North-east a week ago, Osinbajo had said that the administration was over the emergency regardless of the resurgence of fear mongers' assaults in the beset district, the latest of which was the snare of the investigation group.

Yet, the report by the US Bureau, which tracks fear mongering and counter psychological oppression measures over the world found that Nigeria was not over the circumstance.

The report states: "Regardless of increases made by the Multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF), quite a bit of its detailed advance was simply duplication of fizzled endeavors continued from the finish of last dry/battling season," including: "The Nigerian military was not able hold and revamp regular citizen structures and foundations in those regions it had cleared."

It likewise blamed the choice of the government to return inside uprooted individuals to their unique place of home, this was being managed without sufficient security.

"The Nigerian government kept on encouraging the arrival of inside dislodged people to their home groups, albeit at times without giving sufficient security and before proper conditions were set up for protected, educated, willful returns," it said.

The report likewise said that Nigeria did not demonstrate any confirmation that it would actualize an organized arrangement to reestablish non military personnel security in recovered domains.

Another shortcoming in Nigeria's way to deal with dislodging Boko Haram as appeared by the US report is the absence of coordination among insight gathering offices.

"The level of interagency participation and data sharing was constrained and on occasion obstructed general viability," the report clarified and give occasion to feel qualms about a genuine the capacity of the security organizations to legitimately research fear mongering cases.

It stated: "The Department of State Security (DSS) is the essential researching office for fear based oppression cases, yet there have been longstanding maintained worries about its ability to explore psychological oppressor financing as it doesn't share case data with different organizations that likewise have the command to direct psychological oppressor financing examinations and indictments, for example, the EFCC.

"These worries proceeded in 2016. There were no known endeavors with respect to the EFCC or the Ministry of Justice to arraign fear monger financing cases.

"The Government of Nigeria can solidify and seize fear monger resources as required by the UN Security Council (UNSC) ISIL (Da'esh) and al-Qa'ida sanctions administration. While there is a political will to solidify resources, bureaucratic procedures at times cause delays."

The report additionally noticed that in spite of touting multi-sidelong way to deal with the battle against psychological warfare, Nigeria was unwilling to bear the duty of driving a multi-horizontal group.










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