Southern and Middle Belt Leaders reject Boko Haram amnesty

The Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum has scolded the Federal Government for its amnesty programme for Boko Haram fighters. In a statement by Yinka Odumakin, Collins Ihekire, Bassey Henshaw and Dr Isuwa Dogo,  the SMBLF  said it was improper to provide support for “the evil group in the face of continued killing of the people of Nigeria”.

The group said the Operation Safe Corridor of the Federal Government for the Boko Haram terrorists “is creating unsafe corridor and a backhand service for evil.”

The leaders said, “As if in protest against President Donald Trump placing some bounty on the head of Abubakar Shekau, the Boko Haram leader, the Buhari regime has decided to recycle another over 600 Boko Haram activists under the repulsive Operation Safe Corridor.

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“For us, reintegrating terrorists who are still causing funerals daily is creating unsafe corridor and a backhand service for evil.

“The fresh batch of 606  Boko Haram fighters is to be reunited with their families after undergoing so-called  rehabilitation under Federal Government’s Operation Safe Corridor.

“The insensitivity of the administration in its dealings with Boko Haram has only confirmed what we have gathered from those who shared detention facilities with the Boko Haram terrorists that they are treated like Very Important Personalities.

“The world must ask this government to tell us the pact it has with Boko Haram to be lionising terrorists this way. To continue with  this is to be telling Nigerians to see the finger of the government in every blood the group sheds.”

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