Nigeria’ll Wipe Out Boro Haram In 6 Weeks -Dasuki

National Security adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, Sambo Dasuki has boasted that all the camps of Boko Haram insurgents within the country would be destroyed within six weeks.
While speaking with AFP on Monday, Dasuki expressed optimism that the ongoing multinational offensive against the insurgents would be productive.
Chad, Cameroon and Niger are currently collaborating with the Nigerian military in a bid to put an end to activities of the sect, which has unleashed a violent campaign on Nigeria and, lately, three other neighbouring African countries.
Last Wednesday, Dasuki wrote to the Independent National Electoral Election, INEC, advising a six-week shift of the election. Announcing the postponement of the poll on Saturday, Attahiru Jega, Chairman of INEC, quoted Dasuki as saying that the military would not be able to provide security for INEC on 14 February and 28 February because soldiers would be preoccupied with an intense anti-insurgency battle in the north-east. However, the presidential aide has assured Nigerians that the elections will hold on 28 March and 11 April. “Those dates will not be shifted again”, he said.

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