The President of The Republic of Chad, President Deby, led his troop of the military to battle the Boko Haram.
The president complained about how the Nigerian soldiers refused to occupy in the territory they captured from the terrorist.
“We are wasting much time, and it is the benefit of the terrorist.”
President Deby said “We can’t go further into the Nigerian territory; our military is not an army of occupation.”
In his palace, Deby was not showing any sign of being triumphant; he looked frustrated and impatient.
This is because his men are stuck in the forest as they await Nigerian soldiers to come and take over, but they are nowhere to be found.
Deby said “We don’t want to continue holding Nigerian territory; we want to be on the move to get more at the terrorist.”