Taliban takeover Afghan: Why Buhari rejects US as mercenaries to fight against terrorist in Nigeria

Taliban takeover Afghan: Why Buhari rejects US as mercenaries to fight against terrorist in Nigeria

Taliban fighters have surrounded Afghanistan’s capital Kabul. They’ve reportedly been ordered to be on standby as negotiations for a ‘peaceful transfer of power’ are underway between the armed group and the government.

The Taliban take over has been long planned by the US. Forget about the blame game. The Afghanistan army has what it takes to combat the Talibans but they were sabotaged by the US.

The same thing they wanted to do in Nigeria but Buhari stood his ground by insisting that he doesn’t need foreign mercenaries to be in charge of the fight against terrorism in Nigeria but only need more sophisticated weapons.

Taliban fighters have surrounded Afghanistan’s capital Kabul. They’ve reportedly been ordered to be on standby as negotiations for a ‘peaceful transfer of power’ are underway between the armed group and the government.

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They set so many traps, launched several campaigns using the so called human rights abuses against Nigeria army during this time, but Buhari as a smartest General refused to bow to their tricky pressure.

The US has been accusing the Afghanistan government of being so corrupt and human rights abuses citing sharia laws which the Afghan government refused to make amendment.

But because the US was already in Afghanistan for Osama bin Laden, it was easy to manipulate the government.

Taliban takeover Afghan: Why Buhari rejects US as mercenaries to fight against terrorist in Nigeria

When the withdrawal of the US troops from Afghanistan was announced, the US made it clear that they were not in Afghanistan to build the government. After 20 years?

In 2018, Donald Trump released Taliban leaders from prison including Ghani Baradar.

In 2020, Trump sent the then secretary of state Mike Pompeo to meet the Taliban leader who later led his fighters to take over Afghanistan yesterday.

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Afghanistan is bordered by six countries including Iran, Pakistan and China and these countries are very interested in what is happening in Afghanistan but the US doesn’t want them in.

If the Taliban failed to cut the “big cake” with the US, The US will remind them that no one handed over power to them and they will be invaded again. © Daniel Kalu

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