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March4Zamfara: Memo TO Kadaria Ahmed – By Charles Ogbu

March4Zamfara: Memo TO Kadaria Ahmed – By Charles Ogbu

BOKO HARAM
Dear Kadaria, I just watched a video clip of your #March4Zamfara. First, I must commend you for calling attention to the deteriorating security situation in Zamfara state. What is happening in that state and most states in Nigeria proves that our country is currently being led by a President and Commander-In-Chief whose rank as a General in the Army ought to be investigated. Our silence over it is nothing short of a moral tragedy. But there is a part I don’t understand in that video clip of yours. And that is the part where, while being interviewed, you described the Zamfara State governor, Abdulaziz Yari as “The most useless governor in the history of Nigeria” (your exact word) for failing to curtail kidnapping and banditry in the state. Forgive my ignorance, dear
Nigerian Soldiers Cried Again “Boko Haram killing us, Generals eating money” – Soldiers attack Buhari, Buratai [VIDEO]

Nigerian Soldiers Cried Again “Boko Haram killing us, Generals eating money” – Soldiers attack Buhari, Buratai [VIDEO]

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Some soldiers fighting Boko Haram have lambasted President Muhammadu Buhari and the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai. One of the anonymous soldiers, in a video recording he captured, stated that scores of his colleagues were killed by the terrorists recently. In the footage, which emerged online on Monday and believed to have been captured in a part of Borno State, some soldiers were seen at the background while the voice behind the camera walked round an area. Damaged weapons, vehicles, tyres, tanks among others were visible in the video. Speaking, the soldier, who accused President Buhari of not doing his job, alleged that Buratai and the Nigerian Army Generals were corrupt. He said: “These people (Boko Haram) are killing us. Nigerian Army…no weapon, no
Dapchi Girls: CNN anchor faults Buhari, describes it as National disgrace

Dapchi Girls: CNN anchor faults Buhari, describes it as National disgrace

BOKO HARAM
CNN’s anchor, Isha Isatu Sesay, has faulted President Muhammadu Buhari’s statement on missing Dapchi School girls. Buhari in a statement on Friday confirming the abduction of the girls described the situation as a national disaster while assuring parents of safety of their wards. Reacting, Sesay via her tweets said the case of the missing girls was not a national disaster but a national disgrace. Her tweets read; Nigeria‘s President#Buhari calls abduction of#DapchiGirls “a national disaster. “That’s an understatement – it’s a national disgrace. More girls taken – again?? Yobe, ChibokGirls. “I want to live in a world where the lives of the #DapchiGirls are held to be just as important as those of kids in other places. “A world where everyone is talking about schoolgirls be
Dapchi missing school girls: One Parent arrested, Others hiding – BBC reporter

Dapchi missing school girls: One Parent arrested, Others hiding – BBC reporter

BOKO HARAM
More reaction trail over the Dapchi school missing girls in Yobe State Nigeria. It was reported that the Nigerian Government is unhappy and sad on how the Parents of the missing girls reacted over the matter. The Government spokes man Lai Mohamme on his recent address want Journalists to keep cam while they investigate on what really transpired during the attack on the school before convening information to the public. Meanwhile, Stephenie Hegarty is a BBC reporter in Nigeria on this Dapchi missing school girls. She Twitted that one of the parents of this missing girls called her to express fear over the threat of arrest from the government. Below is her twit: https://twitter.com/stephhegarty/status/967025071465394176