Presidency Confirms Ceasefire Deal With Boko Haram

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The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe on Friday confirmed the cease fire deal entered into with Islamist sect Boko Haram, although he did not say when the abducted Chibok girls would regain their freedom.

Okupe noted however, that the deal, was for a unilateral ceasefire by the Nigerian military and the Boko Haram insurgents, although he said that the issues agreed upon would go through a process.

“There are some concessions that the Federal Government has agreed with the sect but I am not going to mention them. But we want cessation of insurgency and the safe return of the Chibok girls. We are on the path of achieving these,” Okupe said.

He dismissed comments the government dawdled in entering into a ceasefire deal with the insurgents, saying such agreements anywhere in the world takes time and that Nigeria could not have been different.

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1 COMMENT

  1. BH’s lack of weapons and funds replenishment from GEJ has enhanced victory for Cameroon soldiers.
    Oritjeshafor’s plane belongs to GEJ. Its failures in SA has brought BH to a standstill which has made a ceasefire compelling because of shortages of weapons and funds.
    If SA hurriedly returns the $15m, it could be used by GEJ to acquire weapons for BH elsewhere to continue it’s terrorist action. SA shld please hold the money for a little while so that the Nigerian military could consolidate on the ceasefire.
    God’s punishment will soon catch them all, including Dokubo, as it happened to their friend, Mohammed Yusuf. May God bless the good people of SA, Cameroon and Nigeria.

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