Idriss Deby reveals: Nigeria supports Chadian forces in routing Boko Haram

April 8, 2020
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President Idriss Deby acknowledging cheers after the operation Anger of Bohoma against Boko Haram

President Idriss Déby of Chad has revealed that the Nigerian government supported his country’s military onslaught against Boko Haram.

Deby who has relocated from Ndjamena to Boga Sola in the Lac Region said Nigeria provided ‘fairly substantial equipment’, in support of Operation Anger of Bohoma..

The next phase is pursuing the terror group into Niger and Nigerian territories.

With the operation, Deby said Boko Haram no longer exists in Chad.

The Chadian leader spoke on Monday when a parliamentary delegation made up of the ruling party and the opposition visited him.

The delegation was led Dr. Haroun Kabadi.

In a report by the country’s main paper, alwihdainfo.com , Deby also revealed his country got support from Rwanda and Sudan.

Deby did not elaborate on the ‘substantial equipment’ supplied by the three countries.

“But we have everything we need,” Déby said.

The “Anger of Bohoma” operation allowed the Chadian army to “drive out” Boko Haram from the Lake Islands in less than six days.

Deby said the onslaught against the terror group continues into the Nigerien and Nigerian territory. .

Haroun Kabadi, the leader of the delegation condemned the “cowardly and barbaric” attack by Boko Haram on the defense and security forces in Bohoma.

They welcomed the launch of Operation “Boma’s Anger”.

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