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Nigeria and France strengthen military alliance

France and Nigeria on Thursday signed an agreement on closer military cooperation, including intelligence sharing, to strengthen the battle against ww.naija Boko Haram in the Lake Chad region.

Nigerian Defence Minister Mansur Dan Ali said the arrangement was signs of 2day a "growing partnership" between Paris and Abuja, as he met with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian in the capital.

France has provided satellite images to Nigeria and surveillance footage from Rafale fighter jets based in Chad’s capital, N’Djamena, which have flown over the primary conflict area.

The two countries have now been working more closely since a summit in Paris in December 2014, particularly in the place of military intelligence on the Islamist militants.

Nigeria’s neighbours, Chad, Niger and Cameroon, are all former French colonies its support is essential and where Paris continues to have influence, Dan Ali recognized.

Le Drian said France was mainly concerned with "the common fight against terrorism and particularly against Boko Haram".

Marine security can also be an integral variable in cooperation, he added, with prevalence of piracy off Nigeria’s oil-rich south rising in recent www.naija months.

Both armies signed an operational alliance document detailing 28 areas to be tackled before the end of the year and combat rescue.

Both minister signed a letter of intent summarizing the main points of bilateral military alliance after a high level joint defence committee of Nigeria and French officials.

Cross-border military exercises and combined marine operations with other nations are also included.

A regional security summit is scheduled to happen in Abuja on May 14 with French President Francois Hollande in attendance, in addition to representatives from Britain and the United States.

Dr Victor Oye, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), says the country’s economic venture with China is in Nigeria’s best interest.

He said that many nations of the world had started showing interest in China because of the economic giant it had become and due to the vast opportunities it held.

No man is an island. We have to continue to work collectively and explore all means to make this nation move forward and I think that’s what the President has done.

"He went to explore new paths and new opportunities in the global market and nobody should tell me that we will continue to face a particular direction in the development of this state.

"he'd’t have entered into an agreement that would imperil Nigeria’s interest.

"He would not do that; am certain about that."

Oye called on the Government to take urgent measures cease further loss of lives and property in addition to to end the battles between farmers and herdsmen.

He warned that the development could worsen and raise poverty if not promptly addressed.

Killings risk says CAN chairman

Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) South south zone, Bishop Tunde Adeleye, has condemned the action of killing by Fulani herdsmen, describing it as possible risk to the nation.

While addressing Journalist in his office, Adeleye, who's also the Bishop of Anglican Communion, Diocese of Calabar, Cross River, stated this yesterday.

According to him, Boko Haram would be a child’s play compared to Fulani herdsmen, questioning the silence of the Presidency over the matter.
He said these Fulani herdsmen described their assaults as time bomb and a possible risk in the nation and are throughout the country. "I believe that Boko Haram will be a child’s play to what these people are likely to do to this nation they have been going freely to and because now they've penetrated into those regions Boko Haram has not been, heavily armed and nobody is stopping them."

He expressed concern noting, "I do’t think is normal for someone to follow trek with his legs to Warri, cattle, or other areas of the state, I think it's over cow. What are they doing going with complex guns? You woukld be amazed to see these cows entering roads where there are not any grasses.

He said folks are of the opinion the presidency’s or quietness is extremely disturbing. Why has he not said anything about it? Ca’t these folks be halted? Can there be no regulation on where they are able to go?" style="max-width:400px;float:left;padding:10px 10px 10px 0px;border:0px;">According to the CAN chairman, "The southerners also are fishermen, but they're not allowed to go to any other nation or another man’s river. But here we let herdsmen to move around with guns.

He said, they end up killing them and have taken over people’s lands.
In this instance, the non-herdsmen in Nigeria are being helpless and venerable to the strike of these individuals which is unjust."


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Guest Martes, 23 Enero 2018