Nigeria: Boko Haram – Nigerian-Born U.S. Soldier Urges Jonathan Not to Be Gentle
November 18, 2014
Photo: Victor Ndula/RNW
Nigeria on the search for the Chibok schoolgirls (file photo)[/caption] Mr. Adebomi, who hails from Ise-Ekiti in Ise/Orun Local Government Area of Ekiti State and has been in the U.S. Army for almost two decades, said President Jonathan should set aside his gentility and introduce a hard stance to defeat the insurgents. “There are several ways of wiping out the sect and end the killings. If government is determined to end Boko Haram today it will be achieved. “Who are those in the sect that dare face the government? But unfortunately, I suspect there are some bigwigs behind these people. “Mr President is being too gentle in his handling of the killings; but unfortunately, it is daily assuming dangerous dimension; gentility cannot win the war. “Although gentility is not a crime but Mr President will have to be more aggressive because this is a security threat to the entire nation. “Mr President will have to take a stand on the matter either to continue to tolerate the sect and leave Nigerians to be mourning every day with the several killings. “Mr President should give a matching order to the military to wipe them off once and for all. “Not until a strong stand is taken, Nigerians may not be able to sleep with their eyes closed,” he said. Mr. Adebomi said the military had been doing a good job in the affected states but “they are fighting unknown faces and faceless groups. “Government will have to first identify the cause of the problem, the root, sponsors, as well as where and how these insurgents get their weapons.
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