Beware a Nigerian Coup d’Etat
Under-resourced and poorly-led troops, serving extended periods in the country’s restive hinterland, face an increasingly powerful insurgency. Suffering numerous defeats at the hands of rebels who out-gun and outmaneuver them, soldiers begin to desert en masse, abandoning weapons and equipment to the enemy. In anger and frustration, the troops... Read more
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