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Emulate Obama Now, Nigerians Tell President Jonathan

Nigerians have hailed President Barrack Obama of the United States of America and the assistance of the Arab countries for launching an air strike against terrorism in Syria, and called on President Goodluck Jonathan, GCFR, to emulate his American counterpart to end the insurgence in North Eastern Nigeria

It would be recalled that Monday, the United States of America in Conjunction with Arab nations had launched the first air strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria:

According to the spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby who did not disclosed further details on the attack, said fighter and bomber jets and Tomahawk missiles were used in the attack.

The strikes as gathered by The Newswriter were expected as part of President Barrack Obama’s pledge to” degrade and destroy” Islamic States, which has taken huge swathes of Syria and Iraq.

The US has already launched 190 air strikes in Iraq since August.

It is on record that Monday’s action expands the Campaigns against the militant group across the national border into Syria.

Rear Admiral Kirby confirmed the strikes, saying “US military and patner nation forces were undertaking military action in Syria but decline giving details, “Giving that these operation are ongoing, we are not in a position to prove additional details at this time”, Kirby stated.

Barrack Obama had told the American people about two weeks ago that there would be no safe havens for those who threaten America. He said he wouldn’t hesitate to take action against Islamic State, whether they are in Syria or Iraq.

With the attack against Islamic State, the campaign against terrorism has just begun in earnest.

Worried over the Nigeria situation pundits say such proactive measures should be taken and applied in the North Eastern Nigeria as experience in the Middle East of Syria.

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