According to the Nigerian intelligence services, the terrorist sect is in dire need of medicines and other pharmaceutical products. To this end, they wrote a note to their counterparts in Lake Chad, including Cameroon to alert them.
In its edition of 22 November 2016, the daily newspaper Le Jour reports that according to the intelligence services of Nigeria, members of the terrorist sect Boko Haram at this time are cruelly lacking medicines and other pharmaceutical products. To this end, a note was sent to their counterparts in Lake Chad, including Cameroon. “In support of their argument, they transmitted the copy of a drug order intercepted by them on an emissary of the sect,” the paper writes.
In their order, the terrorists mentioned three categories of products. There are some that can be administered only orally, those that are injectable and laboratory reagents. “Boko Haram in this document betrayed its needs for antibiotics, vitamins, tetanus and other narcotics, and for the military this is proof that the jihadists are in great distress and are trying to break through the blockade imposed on them by the armed forces. The Nigerian intelligence want the list of medicines sought by the sect to be disseminated to the medical authorities and all the actors of the fight against Boko haram “, writes the daily.
Below is a list of some drugs wanted by the terrorists.
Liquid Dettol, Hydrogen Liquid, Paracetamol, Glucose, Analgum, Hydrocatosome, Promuluzzin, Diaspam, Hyocine, Tetanub, Eosin, Viamax, Gonophren, Vidal Test, syringe 2m, Syringe 5m.