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Boko Haram:Nigerian's properties dominates Chad's market

By Thomas Garba,Yola
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A close source of Nigerian diplomat in Njamena, Chad who do not want his name in print disclosed to our reporter that a lots of good looted in Mubi by insurgents last three months were seen been sold in an open market in the streets of the Chadian capital city freely without any interference by the Chadian government

Vehicles seen carrying Nigerian plates numbers were now use as some of the taxi town services especially those belonging to Adamawa State University, Mubi and Federal Polytechnic Mubi, moving freely in the streets of Njamena the Tchadian Capital with no obstructions.

It could be recalled that insurgents had captured Mubi one of the biggest town that has the economy live wire of Adamawa state in the north-east Nigeria for the past three months with intentions to turned it their administrative headquarters not until they were repelled and flushed out men of the Nigerian armed forces.

On running out of Mubi the dreaded sect looted out so many property most especially from the Emir palace, Adamawa state university Mubi and Federal polytechnic Mubi,with the insignia of the ,loots in Mubi goods of all sorts are openly and freely sold in Tchadian markets.

We reliable gathered that some of the thread Commanders who captured Mubi were Tchadians .