The moving group of US President-elect, Donald Trump, has asked the State Department for what reason America has not assisted with battling Boko Haram in Nigeria.
This was contained in a four-page rundown of Africa-related inquiries from the move group.
They likewise addressed why all the Chibok young ladies have not been protected and nagged the need to send the remote guide to Africa.
“We’ve been battling al-Shabaab for 10 years, why haven’t we won?” the group inquired.
Another stated: “With such a great amount of defilement in Africa, what amount of our financing is stolen? Why would it be a good idea for us to spend these assets on Africa when we are enduring here in the U.S.?”
Monde Muyangwa, the Director of the Africa program at the Woodrow Wilson Institute, expressed that the inquiries were fundamental for an approaching government.
“A large number of the inquiries that they are asking are the correct inquiries that any approaching organization ought to ask,” she said.
Be that as it may, she additionally noticed that “the confining of some of their inquiries proposes a smaller meaning of U.S. interests in Africa and a more value-based and fleeting way to deal with strategy and engagement with African nations.”