Pictures Of Arrested Foreign Mercenaries Hired By Boko Haram
The images above were obtained from local sources, taken at Damaturu the past Monday. They are pictures of some of the arrested Boko Haram attackers who staged a dawn attack on the capital city of Adamawa State in the troubled northeast. Many of the killed Boko Haram terrorists looked like these men who are obvious foreigners from Chad, Sudan, Niger and the like.
There is little doubt that Boko Haram is a heavily sponsored, foreign orchestrated invasion and extermination mission against Nigeria’s north, with collaboration at the Nigerian Presidency level. The type of finance needed to pay for foreign mercenaries as are seen in the Boko Haram war is in the billions of dollars. These Chadian and Janjaweed soldiers from Sudan are paid hundreds of dollars a day. Access to Nigeria also involves the Chadian government which secures passageway of these mercenaries into the north.
The Chad President, Idriss Deby was recently implicated in supplying surface-to-air missiles to Boko Haram and was also caught during the Cameroon negotiation, promising to deliver arms to Boko Haram fighters safely in the battle field. The foreign mercenaries flow through these neighboring nations on a steady supply to continue the genocide in the north of Nigeria.
In the news today, a smuggling jet en route Chad, was luckily discovered after it had to make an emergency landing at the Aminu Kano international airport, Kano, and was found to be holding bullet proof vests, AK47s and even two helicopters, all believed to be supplies for Boko Haram. Recently another Nigerian military helicopter that crashed was found to hold over 6 million dollars purportedly being delivered to Boko Haram. The money was deliberately burned with arms and the crashed helicopter,by the passengers who included two white men, according to local witnesses.
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