Just recently the United States led by the Administration of President Joe Biden has been working tirelessly in a bid to help Nigeria end insecurity and terrorism. President Joe Biden has promised to name those who are currently behind the dreadful Boko Haram/ISWAP ravaging the country. In This Article, I will reveal to you all 3 reason why the United States' move to name Boko Haram/ISWAP Terrorist Sponsors is a better way of ending terrorism in Nigeria.
President Muhammed Buhari's Government has recently announced that they will not be naming and shaming alleged Sponsors of Boko Haram from Nigeria. This was made known through the President's media aide, Femi Adesina in Channels Television where he said that the President is not Intrested in declaring sponsors of the Terrorist group public rather, the aim of the present administration is to bring perpetrators to justice.
Todays Headlines:US To Help Nigeria Identify Terrorism Sponsors; Masari Orders Shut Down Of Highways
(Photos Credit: Google) US to Nigeria: We are willing to provide intelligence to assist in identifying sponsors of terrorism As part of efforts to help Nigeria overcome the continuous carnage inflicted in its citizens by terrorists and armed bandits, the United States government on Monday night said it is willing to provide Intelligence to assist Nigeria identify sponsors of terrorism in the country.
According to a report by Punch, the U.S asks Nigeria to restrict the Super Tucanos to the North. The U.S government says Nigeria is expected to deploy the Super Tucano aircraft only in the north. This, therefore, precludes the possibility of the NAF deploying the A-29 in the South-East despite the designation of IPOB/ESN as a terrorist organization.
On Thursday, 20th of May, 2021 Punch Newspaper reported that The American ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard, has said Plans are in place by the American government to supply drones to Nigeria as part of her commitment to overcome security challenges in the country. She said the drones would help Nigeria to end the activities of bandits, kidnappers, and Boko Haram in the country.
Today's Headlines:US Agrees To Help Nigeria Curb Insecurity; Tension As Hoodlums Clash With Soldiers
United States of America finally agrees to help Nigeria curb insecurity: Plans are in place by the American government to supply drones to Nigeria as part of her commitment to overcome security challenges in the country. The American ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard, stated this in Sokoto at a round table discussion with selected newsmen in the state.
The Honorable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Doctor Isa Ali Pantami received in audience the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mrs Mary Beth Leonard. It was revealed that the Ambassador was on a one-day working visit to his office and also discussed on very important issues regarding the betterment of Nigeria.
NDLEA Chairman/CEO, Gen. Marwa (Retd) addressing the media after meeting with religious leaders in Yola, Adamawa State. With the NDLEA consistently posting good and impressive results over three months, partner agencies and governments around the world are extending robust handshakes and expressing willingness to cooperate more with Nigeria in the fight against illicit substances.
According to a report, the United States asked the Nigerian government to restrict the deployment of the newly purchased fighter jets to the Northern region where Boko Haram operates. This agreement has restricted the Federal Government from deploying the Tucano fighter jets to any other regions such as the south-east, south-west, and South-South.
USA In closed-doors with government agency in Northcentral Nigeria over kidnapping, killings, others
United States ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard on Friday had a close-door meeting with Peace Building Officials toward ending decades-old conflicts that have claimed thousands of people in Plateau State.
As every Tom, Dick and Harry in Nigeria knows; one of the major prayers on the lips of anyone who has ever experienced the horrors of war is that never again should his childrens be able to experience the horrors that comes with war.
An Open Letter From The US Mission To All Nigerians Ahead Of Trump's Transfer Of Power On January 20
An Open Letter From The US Mission To All Nigerians Ahead Of Trump's Transfer Of Power On January 20 The US Mission To Nigeria has sent a heartfelt gratitude to all Nigerians who sent messages of support during Wednesday difficult hours. The Country experienced violence on Wednesday night after Donald Trump supporters Stormed the U.S. Capitol which lead to the death of a woman as several other sustained multiple injuries. Trump has however accepted to Vacate the White House and Will hand over power to Joe Biden
The Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel Gabriel has urged the United States Government to exclude Akwa Ibom State from the list of unsafe states in the world.Gov.Emmanuel who made this charge while receiving the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mrs. Mary Beth Leonard, in the Akwa Ibom State Government House in Uyo yesterday, Wednesday 4th May 2021.
The US administration announced on Monday night that it is willing to give intelligence to help Nigeria identify terrorist sponsors in the country as part of its efforts to help Nigeria overcome the constant carnage inflicted on its population by terrorists and armed bandits. Mary Beth Leonard, the US Ambassador to Nigeria, made the announcement at a round-table discussion on US-Nigeria military collaboration with journalists at the US embassy in Abuja, stressing that the conversation was still ongoing.
The United States of America has promised to help the Nigerian government in the fight against insecurity in the country. This information was disclosed by the Dr Umar Gwandu, the Media aide to the Attorney-General of the federation, Abubakar Malami when the United States ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard visited the Attorney-General's office in Abuja on the 25th May, 2021.
BREAKING—Reflections On 60 years of U.S. –Nigerian Engagement, By Mary Beth Leonard We have benefited from the positive role Nigerians have played in America, and we are proud of the way our sixty years of diplomatic relations have emerged to support a wide range of mutual priorities. We look forward with hope, optimism and anticipation to the decades of growth in our partnership and the leadership Nigeria will continue to play in promoting a safer and more prosperous sub-Saharan Africa. Sixty years ago,
The federal government of Nigeria and the United States of America have been identified having a positive meeting concerning the insecurity situation in Nigeria on Tuesday 25th may 2021, the meeting was held at the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation in Abuja; between the Ambassador of the United State of America, Mary Beth Leonard and the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Malam Abubakar Malami, SAN.
United States Ambassador to Nigeria Mary Beth Leonard has visited Governor Simon Bako Lalong at the Government House, Rayfield Jos to reiterate the commitment of her country to supporting Plateau State in areas of health, peace, security and economy.
Private Investors in the United States of America set to invest in Edo State Government's Agribusiness Drive. Governor Godwin Obaseki on Thursday the 21st of January, 2021 held a virtual meeting with the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard, high ranking government officials of the United States and other Agribusiness Investors, the meeting was aimed at improving the Oil Palm sector, as well as the production and processing of cassava into high value Consumer-Packed Goods(CPG) in the State.
US to help Nigeria curb insecurity : Plans are in place by the American government to supply drones to Nigeria as part of her commitment to overcome security challenges in the country The American ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard, stated this in Sokoto at a round table discussion with selected newsmen in the state.