Friday, 24 October 2014

Boko Haram's 'Secretary General' Assures Chibok Girls Would Surely Be Released On Monday

Yola – Self acclaimed secretary General of Boko Haram, Mallam Danladi Ahmadu have said that the group’s cases fire agreement with the Federal Government is very much on course.

Ahmadu disclosed that the final meeting between the group and the Federal Government to finally seal the
ceasefire agreement has been scheduled for Monday in Ndjamana, Chad and to be supervised by the Chadian leader, Idris Derby.

Danladi Ahmadu, who spoke in the Hausa service of the Voice of America VoA on Friday and monitored in Yola affirmed that the Chibok Girls would surely be released on Monday to the Chadian President, Idriss Derby for onward presentation to the Nigerian government.

He added that an enlarged meeting of the group has been fixed for the weekend to prepare ground for the
Monday meeting with the Federal government, affirming that the final ceasefire and the release of the Chibok girls are promises that will surely be fulfilled by the group.

Ahmadu also disclosed to VoA that the group and the Federal government are in close consultations over arrangements for the Monday meeting in Chad.

Commenting on the latest kidnap of over 40 women and girls in the border villages between Adamawa and Borno states, the Secretary General maintained that as far as the Boko Haram is concern it is not aware of the latest kidnap and attacks.

He added that in as much as the group is investigating the latest kidnap and attacks to determine the involvement of its members, admitting that many anti-social groups have infiltrated the Boko Haram.

Danladi Ahmadu stated that political thugs, armed robbers, kidnappers, hired assassins and other anti social groups now parades themselves as members of the sect, but was quick to add that things been equal if the cease fire agreement is sealed all the groups would fizzle out.

It will be recalled that no fewer than 50 women and girls were abducted by unknown gunmen from Gartu in
Michika, Adamawa state and Waga Mongoro, a border village between Madagali in Adamawa and Gwoza in Borno state as the cease fire between the Federal government and the Boko Haram insurgents is yet to be fully implemented.

Source:
Punch Newspaper