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Monday, 28 March 2016

BOKO HARAM DID NOT SURRENDER THEY WENT FOR REBRANDING

BOKO HARAM DID NOT SURRENDER THEY WENT FOR REBRANDING

By Chima Onyekachi
For Family Writers

There has been purported report in the media about the surrender of Abubakar Shekau, the leader of the Islamic terrorist Boko Haram. Abubakar Shekau recently emerged in a new Boko Haram video where he greeted his brethren who are fighting for Allah. He also announced to them that they will be receiving confidential information from those they have forged good relation and that the end has come for him.
Boko Haram

The Nigeria government has given a new meaning to the video and through their various media platforms has called it the surrender of Shekau and BokoHaram, which is falsehood. Let it be known that Boko Haram has different franchise sponsored and financed by powerful and connected Hausa/Fulani politicians with the sole aim of getting back political control.

Muhammadu Buhari the African Hitler is a beneficiary of the atrocities of Boko Haram and had also influenced their activities during the last administration of Goodluck Jonathan. Since Buhari became president, he has begun to assimilate his own Boko Haram franchise into the Nigeria armed forces as a form of settlement and for the continuous islamisation of the military.

It is also worthy to note that other franchise of Boko Haram owned by other northern politicians are still very much on ground and wrecking havoc. Abubakar Shekau has spoken to reassure his people to continue with the ongoing " Jihad" and to also pass a message about his possible retirement. The emergence of a new leader for Boko Haram is in the offing and a new strategy for the islamisation of Nigeria has began. Let no one be fooled because Boko Haram still remains the number one most deadly terrorist group in the world.

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