January 23 2015
Nigeria's security adviser says the government does not need assistance from the United Nations or African Union to confront Boko Haram, says the country's national security adviser, reports the BBC.
Forces from Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon were in "good shape to address the issue," said Sambo Dasuki.
While U.N. and A.U. involvement remains an option, regional partners are the best solution, said Dasuki.
Close to 50 percent of Nigeria's army is deployed to the northeast,...
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