Buhari tells Ban Ki Moon that his govt has driven Boko Haram from Nigerian territory into 'fall-back positions'
President Buhari today met with the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon, on the sidelines of the World Future Energy Summit at present holding in Abu Dhabi. In an announcement
discharged by the Senior Special Assistant to Buhari on Media and Publicity, Shehu Garba, president Buhari said that as a team with the Multinational Joint Task Force, the Nigerian Armed Forces have driven the terrorist bunch from Nigerian domain into "fall-back positions".
"They are at present not holding any domain today right now, " he told Mr. Boycott Ki Moon. He additionally told the United Nations Secretary-General that Nigeria will steadily seek after worldwide activity to invert the becoming scarce of Lake Chad and save the lives of the individuals who rely on upon it for survival.
"With all due admiration to our neighbors, Nigeria has been most noticeably bad hit by the going away of the Lake Chad and we are trusting that the worldwide group will bolster the procedure of stopping the becoming scarce of the lake, " President Buhari said.