Army are not fighting Boko Haram terrorists,They are not serious-Chadian President Reaveals
Chad president, Idriss Debby, speaks in a soft mumble, wears spectacles and an immaculate white robe, and is found in the quiet inner recesses of a gilt- edged,marble Presidential palace under crystal chandeliers and vaulted archespart of the country’s capital.
Yet he is undeniably one of Africa’s most formidable strongmen.His men once whipped Col.
According to report, Muammar el,-Qaddafi fights in a desert battle, and he has survived numerous rebels assaults and coup attempts.More recently, his forces have successfully battled the Nigerian terrorists group(Boko Haram) and Al Qaeda’s regional affiliate, shoring up his credentials as the West’s favorite African autocrat.
Still, in discussing his millitary’s victory against the Boko Haram stronghold of Damsak in Nigeria. Mr. Deby showed no hint of triumphalism. Instead, he was frustrated and impatient. His men were stuck awaiting any sign of Nigerian forces who could come takeover. He doesn’t want be holding Nigerian territory, he said. He wants to be on the move.
In an interview at his palace last week .Mr Deby complained saying “we want the Nigerians to come and occupy, so we can advance. We’re wasting time for the benefit of Boko Haram, he added we can’t go any further in Nigeria.” We’re not an army of occupation.”