As indicated by a report by Reuters, Chadian military officers, who are a piece of the West African Joint Military Task Force to battle Boko Haram, are whining that the Nigerian government is slowing down their operations to help with battling Boko Haram in Nigeria. As per the report, Nigerian military officers as of late rebuked the offer of the Chadian fighters to join in the mission to recover Baga and different towns. At the point when fight solidified Chadian troops overran a Boko Haram camp in northern Nigeria a week ago, they needed to squeeze profound into region controlled by the Islamist gather however Nigeria declined to give them a chance to. Having vanquished al Qaeda in Mali two years back, Chad’s military trusts it could complete off Boko Haram alone. It has scored up triumphs that have pushed the Nigerian aggressors back from the Cameroonian outskirt. Be that as it may, with presidential decisions this month, Nigeria is quick to press ahead with its own military crusade against Boko Haram, intending to push it out of real towns before the March 28 ticket. In a nation pleased to be a noteworthy African power, it would be a shame to President Goodluck Jonathan as he looks for reelection for a littler country to handle Nigeria’s security issues, representatives say. In their forward base in the town of Gambaru on the Nigeria-Cameroon fringe, Chadian officers showed many firearms seized from Boko Haram and a worn out reinforced vehicle painted with highly contrasting Arabic script. “We turned back in light of the fact that Nigeria did not approve us to go any further,” armed force representative Colonel Azem Bermandoa said. Nigeria’s representative for operations in the upper east, Mike Omeri, said collaboration in the middle of Chadian and Nigerian powers has brought some real military triumphs and any issues would be determined by means of existing summon structures.