New army chief in Burkina Faso promises new strategy against terrorism

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The new armed force boss in Burkina Faso guaranteed another technique in the battle against psychological warfare.

Gilbert Ouédraogo, got to work on Tuesday as the new Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces promising another way to deal with manage radical savagery in the country.

“Illegal intimidation completely has dove our country into an alleged hilter kilter battle beginning around 2015. It is an unpredictable conflict, an unusual battle for which the public military were not adequately ready”, said Gilbert Ouédraogo, the new Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces.

Gilbert Ouédraogo was named on the sixth of October supplanting general Miningou who went through under 90 days as top of the military.

The clergyman of safeguard reaffirmed his help for the new methodology.

“We expect the new Chief of General Staff to re-activate the soldiers, to rearrange every one of the powers to dispatch them in a considerably more proficient manner in the battle against this danger which is developing and for which we need to adjust continually”, declared Aime Barthelemy Simpore , Minister Delegate for National Defense to the President of Burkina Faso.

Starting around 2015 that radical assaults have become more incessant in Burkina Faso.

The assaults are credited to psychological militant gatherings partnered to Islamic State and Al-Qaeda.