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2019: CIA Warns Of Massive Invasion Of Aliens From Chad, Niger, Cameroon, Sudan For Election Malpractices

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The United States Central Intelligence Agency, CIA has reported using their statelite a very serious development prior to the coming election in Nigeria.
The CIA findings and report read as follows:
“Over the past few weeks we have recorded within the Chad, Niger area a massive movement of mercenary and weapons from our finding we discovered that majority of the thugs and mercenary including the possession of light and heavy weapons where all contracted by personnel in the present Nigerian governments to move into Nigeria for the purpose of aiding electoral malpractices.
 
We have also opened a satellite watch have been able to record a steady mass movement of thugs and other people to the Northern part of Nigeria. The number of aliens are from the nearby countries sharing boundaries with the Nigerian states in the North. They are Chad, Niger and Sudan. 60 to 65% are from Niger, 20-25% are from Chad and the rest 10-15% are from Sudan.
 
The CIA hereby warns Nigerian governments including the INEC to take note and avert any ill-practices that will lead to disaster and loss of lives including the peoples’ mandate towards their choices and preferences for leadership. The United States will not accept any action of electoral malpractices geared towards denying the people credible votes and election.
 
The United States will not hesitate to impose a sanction and visa denial to any perpetrator of any threat to democracy in Nigeria. The United States will monitor vehemently the elections and its outcomes and the people’s mandate must be respected”.

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31 Boko Haram Fighters Surrender In Niger |The Republican News

Thirty-one Boko Haram fighters have surrendered to authorities in Niger, the interior minister Bazoum Mohamed announced Tuesday.

Boko Haram’s seven-year insurgency began in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria but has since spread beyond its borders to Chad, Cameroon and Niger.

The 31 fighters gave up their arms in Diffa, a southeast region, Mohamed said on Twitter, the first time Niger authorities have reported such surrenders.

Boko Haram has been carrying out murderous attacks in Niger since February 2015.

“They came one by one and are currently held in a secure centre,” a security source based in Diffa told AFP, adding that they would return to their families after undergoing a “de-radicalisation” programme.

In January 2015, a senior official in Diffa, said many young people were “increasingly attracted by the offers of Boko Haram”, citing sums of up to 500 euros ($520) per month.

Niger, Chad and Nigeria launched simultaneous “sweep operations” against Boko Haram strongholds in July.

In October, the government in Niamey declared the “operations had given decisive results in liberating several localities formerly occupied by Boko Haram.”

AFP

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