Wednesday, 12 March 2014

FGN Set To Go After Boko Haram Sponsors




The Federal Government is set to go after Boko Haram sponsors and sympathizers.
This decision was reached after innocent school children at the Federal Government College (FGC), Buni Yadi, in Yobe State were brutally murdered by the insurgents.
According to a military source, one of the advantages the Boko Haram members have is that most northern oil dealers smuggle their petroleum allocation across the Nigerian boarders in Sokoto, Katsina, Kano, Yobe and Borno and they are the ones helping to boost the mobility and income of the insurgents.


According to intelligence report obtainded by the military about three hundred truck load of petroleum product leaves the country every week through Sokoto, Katsina and the other borders.
The terrorist group with the help of their supporters in government use the proceeds from the sale of the oil to unleash terror on Nigerians.
He said there has been massive movement of soldiers to the North East with the latest being the deployment
of 81 Battalion and 213 Battalion and this movement means that the whole army is going into the north east to engage the insurgents in a fierce battle to conquer them in the shortest possible time.
The soldiers are now taking the war to the doorsteps of the Boko Haram group who are now on the retreat.
For the war against Boko Haram to end quickly, the Military is calling on the Federal Government to man the borders through a joint operation of the Immigration, Customs and the joint military forces to make sure this leakage and passage of oil supply that runs into hundreds of tankers in a week doesn’t continue.
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