US sends troops to battle Boko Haram

October 15, 2015 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ NEWS and Gossip


THE United States has de­ployed troops to Cameroon to battle Boko Haram.

U.S. faculty started de­ploying on Monday under a course of action with the Camer­oon government, as indicated by reports.

An organization authority said on state of anonym­ity that a development power of 90 military faculty has ar­rived in Cameroon. A sum of up to around 300 U.S. administration individuals will be conveyed.

The powers will be con­ducting airborne intel­ligence, observation and surveillance operations, the authority said, including they would be outfitted for their own particular assurance. Obama no­tified House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, in a letter. The White House discharged the letter Wednesday.

The White House said yes­terday that the troops will be furnished to shield themselves, not to take part in battle and will stay in Cameroon until they are no more required. White House representative Josh Earnest said the deploy­ment is a piece of a push to lead airborne knowledge gathering in backing of ef­forts to counter vicious ex­tremists in the area.

Cameroon has been bat­tling Boko Haram aggressors. Early this week, two female suicide aircraft associated to be individuals with the aggressor gathering murdered nine individuals close to the town of Mora in Camer­oon’s Far North locale. At the weekend, five suicide planes had executed handfuls in a piece of Chad that borders Nigeria