US warn terrorist groups ISIS and Al Qaeda are planning to invade Nigeria from the south.
Terrorism in Nigeria is not going anyway anytime soon according to the United States of America.
The new awareness comes from information provided by US special operations command in Africa, Dagvin Anderson.
Anderson stated in a report by the Cable, that the US have begin sharing information with the President Muhammadu Buhari led administration.
He said, “We have engaged with Nigeria and continue to engage with them in intel sharing and in understanding what these violent extremists are doing. And that has been absolutely critical to their engagements up in the Borno state and into an emerging area of northwest Nigeria that we’re seeing al-Qaida starting to make some inroads in.
“So, this intelligence sharing is absolutely vital and we stay fully engaged with the government of Nigeria to provide them an understanding of what these terrorists are doing, what Boko Haram is doing, what ISIS-West Africa is doing, and how ISIS and al-Qaida are looking to expand further south into the littoral areas.”
“We as a community of international nations, keep thinking we have defeated them or we have put them on their back foot and that they’re just moments from disintegration.”