Boko Haram and Niger Delta militants aren’t the same – Presidency rejects plea for Boko Haram amnesty

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  1. Emmanuel says:

    Its a pity when i hear the likes of Bola Tinibu, Nasir El Rufai and Mall Nuhu Ribadu, calling Mr President and asking him to grant amnesty to a TERRORIST group. Sometimes i wonder if these are the people nigerian intend to vote for in the APC party they are forming. These are people who should stand by Mr president and help him fight to kick theses sect out of our land yet they are reasoning like disillusioned humans. Where on earth has any govt granted amnesty to a terrorist group? They should as well tell my president to be granting amnesty to KIDNAPPERS too, ARMED robbers and all. They should stop liking the Niger-Delta militants to BOKOHARAM cause unlike their northern fellows, they fought for something and were people u could deal with on a one-on-one basis. BOKOHARAM is faceless, they are a terrorist group, and are fighting for nothing. The president should stand his ground and i call on well meaning, sensible, reasonable and true Nigerian’s to stand behind my president and say “NO” “THERE WILL BE NO AMNESTY FOR BOKOHARAM”. The northern governors and leaders should be called to answer question on why these SECT is still thriving in their domain despite the huge amount of funds released by the federal government to them to combating these terrorist.

  2. Chukwu jnr. says:

    Terrorism is quite diffrnt 4rm a group whc tries 2fight 4 its right. d issue is nt 4 Jonathan 2 continue telln nigerians dat hes not gng 2grant amnesty 2 BH. rather d issue here is wat xtra effort is he makn besidz usin d JTF 2 fight BH? people ar dyin seriously. We’re tired of hearin dsame tin evryday

  3. Aribisogan Seun says:

    I think there is little or nothing Mr President can do on the issue of boko haram, bcos they are faceless. Let the people that are clamoring for amnesty show the boko haram to the FG. I know that to grant amnesty is never a problem.