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NEWS UPDATE: Shehu Sani lauds Biden for pulling US troops out of Afghanistan

NEWS UPDATE: Shehu Sani lauds Biden for pulling US troops out of Afghanistan

Former representative, Shehu Sani on Monday extolled the endeavors of US President, Joe Biden for pulling American soldiers out of Afghanistan.

Biden had declared in Washington News of an arrangement to pull out troops in September, yet later returned to August.

“Our military mission in Afghanistan will close on August 31st. The drawdown is continuing in a protected and systematic manner, focusing on the wellbeing of our soldiers as they depart.

“Our military authorities prompted me that once I settled on the choice to end the conflict, we expected to move quickly to lead the fundamental components of the drawdown. Also, in this specific circumstance, speed is safety.

“And because of the manner by which we have dealt with our withdrawal, nobody — nobody U.S. powers or any powers have — have been lost. Leading our drawdown diversely would have unquestionably accompanied an expanded danger of security to our staff.” President Biden said

DAILYPOST reviews that Taliban contenders had since entered Kabul and President Ashraf Ghani left Afghanistan saying he needed to stay away from bloodshed.

Reacting to the withdrawal, Senator Shehu Sani composed on his confirmed Facebook divider praised him for taken decision

He said, “President Joe Biden settled on the right choice to pull American soldiers out of Afghanistan.

“He met the arrangement on the table and carried out it. He has done what three previous Presidents couldn’t do.

“The decision is either to stay there everlastingly or to settle on a hard decision. Staying in Afghanistan is keeping a mix-up. After over a trillion dollars squandered and lives of Americans, Afghans and different nationals died, Biden is more right than wrong to give up. The Afghans need Taliban, let them have it; the Afghans and the Talibans will require the remainder of the world,” he said.

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