Monday, 5 December 2011

Boko Haram in fresh attach in Nigeria

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In a fresh outroar on sunday, the controversial Boko haram sect has again attached the city of bauchi, Nigeria killing several people including soldiers and police men that were deployed to calm the situation.
However the sects which forbids western education seems to have drifted from thier original aims and objectives on this particular mission has eye witnesses confirmed that not only did they raze down two police stations, but they also looted banks carting away large sums of money from Guaranty trust bank PLC as well as intercontinental bank PLC. However, it is still possible that some individuals are using such opportunities to commit crime. The bauchi statecommissioner for police, Ikechukwu Aduba has also confirmed that the radical sect,
who came on this mission with sophisticated weapons and riffles, has killed one soldier and four civilians during the attack that lasted for five hours. Eye witnesses also confirmed that  the bodies of a soldier, a policeman and their employees are currently at the medical centre, where another two policemen were being treated for gunshot wounds. The commissioner confirmed that no arrest has been made yet as investigations are still going on. The sect who has so far killed at least 387  in 2011 have come out openly on several occasions to claim responsibility for several attacks in various parts of the country even as the leader of the sect Abubakar Shekau continues to urge his followers to carry out more killings and assassinations saying “whomever we kill, we kill because Allah says we should kill and we kill for a reason”. However, previous investigations by the state security service(SSS)  has linked Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume to the activities of the sect and he is currently facing trial over an alleged sponsoring of the sect. Ndume was arraigned last month with the spokesman of the Boko Haram, Alisanda Umar Konduga on a two -count charge of criminal breach of trust and criminal intimidation. The big challenge now is that can the security agents in Nigeria solve this problem? what strategy will help in resolving this problem since the military does not have a clue as to the solutions to the problem.



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