GOOD NEWS: BOKO HARAM; Federal Govt Engage CIA, MI5

Boko Haram

I will definitely say that this is the second step in the right direction after deploying plenty Nigerian army officials to the affected region to battle with the BOKO BOYS. I remember my open advice HERE on my Blog to seek international intelligence from experienced countries. My advice came after the Nigerians in London went to protest at the Nigerian High Commission in London. I am glad we are making a head way, so by the time I am fully and officially prepared to relocate to Nigeria (coming up really soon), the Boko Haram story will be a story of yesterday by the grace of Allah the all merciful and all knowing God!!!

Meanwhile I gathered that, Few hours after resumption of work by the new Minister of Defence, General Aliyu Gusau (rtd), there are strong signals that discreet moves are on to conscript what a top security source called “dark forces within Western intelligence agencies” to tame insurgency in North eastern Nigeria.

Citing top intelligence briefings, the source hinted that the Boko Haram conflict demands direct collaboration with covert units of Western intelligence agencies like the Central Intelligence Agency, M15, including security services of Germany, France, Canada and other Western capitals.
“Beyond the militant salafists, insurgency is also a dirty war, a proxy war woven around Western interests. We suspect that when and if Western interests are threatened, solution cannot be found unless they (Western services) are also integrated,” the official said.

Sunday Tribune was told that “dirty units exist conducting covert operations all over the world and the experience from the Syrian civil war confirms that such forces operate.
“The new direction, beyond the current strategies, is to link up with external intelligence services. We check where we are hurting Western interests in return for services of those discreet forces,” the source said.

Investigations, however, showed that the new Defence Minister, with his extensive background in intelligence operations within and outside the country, is assumed to be on top of the game. Checks showed that on the African continent, General Gusau is one of the four top security czars well respected by Western intelligence agencies from Western Europe to North America.
Sources close to Gusau told Sunday Tribune that “a three-prong approach is on the table,” even as he refused to explain the details.
“We are deploying all needed contacts and networks to tame the insurgents,” he said.

Few hours after resumption of work by the new Minister of Defence, General Aliyu Gusau (rtd), there are strong signals that discreet moves are on to conscript what a top security source called “dark forces within Western intelligence agencies” to tame insurgency in Northeastern Nigeria.

Citing top intelligence briefings, the source hinted that the Boko Haram conflict demands direct collaboration with covert units of Western intelligence agencies like the Central Intelligence Agency, M15, including security services of Germany, France, Canada and other Western capitals.
“Beyond the militant salafists, insurgency is also a dirty war, a proxy war woven around Western interests. We suspect that when and if Western interests are threatened, solution cannot be found unless they (Western services) are also integrated,” the official said.

Sunday Tribune was told that “dirty units exist conducting covert operations all over the world and the experience from the Syrian civil war confirms that such forces operate.
“The new direction, beyond the current strategies, is to link up with external intelligence services. We check where we are hurting Western interests in return for services of those discreet forces,” the source said.
Investigations, however, showed that the new Defence Minister, with his extensive background in intelligence operations within and outside the country, is assumed to be on top of the game. Checks showed that on the African continent, General Gusau is one of the four top security czars well respected by Western intelligence agencies from Western Europe to North America.
Sources close to Gusau told Sunday Tribune that “a three-prong approach is on the table,” even as he refused to explain the details.
“We are deploying all needed contacts and networks to tame the insurgents,” he said.

Source:  Tribune