A video has emerged showing a veteran military officer and military contractor Eeben Barlow who was part of the foreign ECOMOG-South African military team talking about how President Buhari and his military officersdeliberately hindered the operations of the foreign team which was to disband the Boko haram sect.
THEIR MILITARY MISSION
Sgt. Eeben Barlow and his team were sent on a reconnaissance mission to rescue the Chibok girls and the other Boko haram victims, in the wake of frequent kidnappings by the Boko Haram sect.
After a long tedious selection process, a support Nigerian team was chosen to assist with the rescue mission and they began training the Nigerian soldiers on the specific reconnaissance and hostage rescue maneuvers needed for the mission.
CHANGE OF MISSION
Eeben notes that five or six weeks into the training, orders came in from the Top Headquarters that they needed to abandon the current mission and head to Maiduguri in Kano, which was under constant attack by the Boko Haram.
They rushed to Maiduguri and met the commander in charge and agreed with him on how to carry out a mission to curb Boko Haram from the region.
CHANGE OF POWER
One month into the mission, they had succeeded in taking a larger portion of lands from Boko Haram and were well pushing them back. That was when the presidential elections of 2015 happened. And with the help of the United States funded campaigns, Muhammadu Buhari won the presidential elections.
HOW THE MISSION WAS THWARTED
The United States’ sub-agenda was to prolong the stay and activities of the Boko Haram sect and make sure every foreign contractor working against that was disbanded and withdrawn. This was done with the help and orders of the new president Muhammadu Buhari.