Deby Come Back

By Anthony Chuka Konwea, PhD, PE
President Idris Deby of Chad
President Idris Deby of Chad

President Idris Deby of Chad, please for the sake of the poor Nigerian masses being looted to death with the never ending war against jihadist Boko Haram, reconsider your stand to abandon the regional fight. ( )

We are convinced our current leaders do not want the war to end for selfish reasons. We know they are envious of your military capabilities and prowess.

We are witnesses to how they frustrated you by not joining the battle from our side when you most recently advanced deep into Nigerian territory in hot pursuit of the Jihadists.

We know their intention was to give the Jihadists a respite so they may escape and regroup and provide recurrent alibi for their perennial swindling of our country.

We know all these things.
We also know they are unhappy with your recent massacre of 1000 Jihadists on the battlefield and the trial cum execution of many captured jihadist combatants.

We contrast this with how our government rehabilitates them at our expense, and plans to send them abroad for further training again at our expense, in a never ending circle of capture, rehabilitate, release and recapture.

We also know how poorly equipped troops from the south of our country are posted to fight the Jihadists in the north while troops from the north of our country are posted to the South.

We know this is done so northern troops may terrorize, intimidate and massacre the natives with the expansionist intention of stampeding them off their lands.

We know this strategy is a win-win situation for expansionists in Nigeria.

We know all these things and it is the basis for which we plead with you to reconsider your stand to abandon the regional battle against the Jihadists as a grand humanitarian gesture.

Thank you and God Bless you as you reconsider.
Anthony Chuka Konwea, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE, MNSE, FNIStructE, MNICE.

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