The Chadian Army has said that 1,000 Boko Haram militants have been killed in a 10-day operation, dubbed Operation Bohoma Anger. “A thousand terrorists have been killed, 50 motorised canoes have been destroyed,” said Army spokesman, Col. Azem Bermendoa Agouna.
At least 92 Chadian soldiers have been killed and 47 others injured in an attack by Boko Haram militants in Boma, in Chad’s western province of Lac. “We lost 92 of our soldiers, non-commissioned officers and officers,” President Idriss Deby said. “It’s the first time we have lost so many men.”
The Internet is sometimes called a friend and sometimes an enemy. In th small African nation of Chad, the internet has been closed for one year. Chadians feel anger and are revolting as they struggle without internet.
An internet shutdown happens when someone, usually a government, intentionally disrupts internet access to control what people say and do. Blackouts are sometimes called blackouts or kill switches. The internet enables all our human rights. When there is peace, people enjoy life with The Internet. In times of war it may be better to close The Internet.