The United States of America has condemned the terrible attacks carried out by Boko Haram in Nigeria on December 25–28, as well as other recent attacks in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger.
In recent time, Boko Haram has killed dozens of innocent people who were targeted as they went about their daily lives—attending service at a mosque, shopping in a neighborhood market, or simply traveling down a road.
According to a statement made available to NEWSVERGE on Wednesday, the US Embassy said, “We extend our deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims, and we stand with the people of Nigeria and the region in the fight against Boko Haram”.
The United States however restate its committed to helping Nigeria and its neighbors counter Boko Haram’s senseless acts of terror.
In the statement, “Despite much progress over the past year—due in large part to newly bolstered Nigerian and regional efforts—more work remains to ensure the people of Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria can live in peace.
“The conflict has affected the lives of communities across the Lake Chad Basin region, with some 2.5 million internally displaced people and more than 170,000 Nigerian refugees forced to flee their homes.
“The United States provides advisors, intelligence, training, logistical support, and equipment to our African partners as they work to defeat Boko Haram.
“We also support those affected by Boko Haram’s violence through ongoing humanitarian aid and victim support services.
“The United States will continue working with our partners in the region to identify new opportunities to support their efforts to stop Boko Haram’s wanton violence and restore order in the Lake Chad Basin region.”
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