This is coolbert:
Is everyone following events in Nigeria as they unfold? You should be.
Boko Haram again having struck with impunity, atrocity this time on a horrific scale, unprecedented. As with ISIL no one seems to be able to beat these guys [Boko]!
Additional forces from neighboring Chad now enter the fray. The Nigerian army unable to defeat or even it seems maintain a semblance of order in their own nation.
"Chad armoured column heads for Cameroon to fight Boko Haram"
"N'Djamena (AFP) - Dozens of Chadian tanks headed out of the capital Friday south towards Cameroon to help fight Nigeria's dreaded Boko Haram insurgents"
Those main points:
1. "Chad offers Cameroon support in fight against Boko Haram Reuters"
2. :Chad pledges 'active support' for Cameroon against Boko Haram AFP"
3. "Nigerian president visits survivors of Boko Haram massacre AFP"
4. "Boko Haram seizes military base in Nigeria: witnesses AFP"
5. "West African leaders consider new force to fight Boko Haram Reuters"
"Chad's parliament voted to send armed forces to Cameroon and Nigeria to fight against the Islamists.
It is rumoured to be eventually heading to Baga, the town on the shores of Lake Chad were as many as 2,000 people were massacred by the militants in a raid on January 7"
Those events of 7 January no less than SIXTEEN VILLAGES RAZED AND LEVELED TO THE GROUND, THE DEATH TOLL AMONG CIVILIANS IMMENSE.
A Nigerian army contingent in addition put to rout and flight besides, the rebels of Boko Haram surveying the battlefield in apparent total triumph and victory.
Three nations now in opposition to Boko Haram and no one able to contain or even make headway against the jihadist and insurgent threat. Boko supreme and everyone else impotent so it seems.
Goodluck Jonathan needs a lot of good luck and fast!!