The Federal Republic Of Sambisa?

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For months (since April 2014 or earlier), Boko Haram has been living and dwelling in Sambisa forest. However its only within the past few days that the Nigerians army or any army for that matter is launching an invasion on the forest.

And the result?

Well we are just finding children and women left right and center … One day 200 children found another day 120 women found…at this rate we might discover a new independent country and name it The Federal Republic of Sambisa!

I know I should be happy, but deep down I am pissed off at the current administration.

I used to think Boko Haram was this complex terror organization that was hiding in the shadows and coming across the border to attack us. But now its increasingly and embarrassingly clear that they have always been in Sambisa, that has been their operating base. And everyone knew this…

American knew, the Russians knew and the Nigerian army knew. But yet it took 365+ days before anyone set boots into Sambisa. Sad.

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  1. “at this rate we might discover a new independent country and name it The Federal Republic of Sambisa!” Okay, that cracked me up bad.

    Yesterday, I had to ask how the Nigerian Army can all of a sudden handle Boko Haram? Did they have the capacity to contain them all along, and just allowed themselves to be used a political pawns? How are they all of a sudden able to chase them out and rescue a ton of people? What new intel do they have, that they didn’t have before, that is making them more effective in their rescue efforts.

    When I think of the lives, villages and homes that have been lost to Boko Haram in the last year, I am filled with anger and sorrow at the same time. Nigerians have suffered a grave injustice at the hand of the current dispensation. I hope the next one will do better.
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