Defeating Boko Haram: 2 Questions Buhari Must Answer – Chibok Girls And...

Defeating Boko Haram: 2 Questions Buhari Must Answer – Chibok Girls And Shekau

By Opinions | The Trent on December 25, 2015
A female student stands in a burnt classroom at Maiduguri Experimental School, a private nursery, primary and secondary school burnt by the Islamist group Boko Haram to keep children away from school in Maiduguri, northeastern Nigeria, May 12, 2012.(Photo Credit: Pius Utomi Ekpei /AFP/GettyImages)

by James James

President Muhammadu Buhari needs to be reminded that Nigerians can no longer be deceived.

If the assumed defeat of Boko Haram by December deadline is genuine not FAKE, these are the two factors that have to be clarified:

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  1. The question of Abubakar Shekau, the leader of the terrorist group must be addressed. Was he pacified? Is he alive? Has he been captured and tried for crimes against humanity? Or is the APC admitting that indeed, he was killed by the Goodluck Jonathan administration as claimed and contested by them?
  2. The Chibok girls must be located and returned home to their families. Or was it a scam by the All Progressives Congress (APC) to gain political advantage? 217 girls still in captivity in terrorist camps and Buhari feels comfortable declaring victory over Boko Haram and calling it a day?

With these, Nigerians would know Boko Haram has indeed been defeated by the Buhari government as claimed.

Anything less means that Buhari’s government is deceitful, cunning, and fraud and extremely evil and cruel.

God forbid that it is so.

Nigerians are watching!

James James is a political activist. Connect with him on Facebook.

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