How Buhari Battled Boko Haram – CPC

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A group, Concerned Professionals’ Congress (CPC) has said that the success recorded by President Muhammadu Buhari in the fight against Boko Haram was due to his sincerity and clarity of purpose.

Leadership reports that this was said by Tukur Musa Tilde and Emeka Nwapa, the group’s coordinator and chief media strategist respectively in Lagos on Monday, December 28.


CPC said the ground to wipe out Boko Haram was set when the president was inaugurated in May 29 when he warned the terrorist group in his speech to either stop terrorising the country of face serious military engagement.

The group noted that the shift of the military base from Abuja to Borno state was an indication of seriousness followed by the president’s diplomatic visits to other countries.

The president’s signing of the regional and bilateral anti-insurgency agreements and the immediate payment of $20 million of Nigeria’s share of the logistics to the Multi-National Joint Task Force also provided an edge in the fight against the insurgency.


The group said: “It is discernible from the practical actions of our pragmatic president that finally the nation was about to witness the beginning of the end of this war which had regrettably festered for six years owing to reasons ranging from the sublime to the absurd.”


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