Eight Chadian soldiers were killed in the wake of their president Idriss Deby hinting he could pull out his soldiers from all military operations across the continent. Chad, which contributes a significant number of military personnel in the fight against extremist groups like Boko Haram is facing a serious economic meltdown according to the president. Chad has one of the most capable armies in the region and Deby while saying “Chad is a small country that has no means and has experienced huge problems in its recent history, has in recent years sent troops to fight militants in Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon, and Mali.
Chad warns of withdrawing her troops from African missions [The Morning Call]
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