UN indicates Buhari’s government pays Boko Haram and provides them with homes – reports Omokri
Reno Omokri, a Nigerian socio-political activist, claims that a UN study claims that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is supporting and abetting Boko Haram insurgents’ actions.
Omokri, a former assistant to Nigeria’s former president, Goodluck Jonathan, made the accusations in a Facebook post on his verified page.
He dismissed news of insurgents surrendering to the Nigerian military in the northeast, claiming that the repentant terrorists should have assisted the troops in locating Leah Sharibu and others still held captive by Boko Haram.
The post reads, “If these Boko Haram militants Buhari is releasing and rewarding are truly repentant, how come they have not told us the location where Leah Sharibu, the Chibok Girls, and other abductees are kept? What exactly is their act of repentance?
“Where is their contrition? What is the evidence that they have changed and are no longer a danger to society? There is none.
“The United Nations released a report on how the Buhari administration is paying these Boko Haramists money and even giving them houses. If they see free money and house, of course, they will pretend to be repentant! It is a no brainer”!
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