Tuesday, 21 October 2014

President Jonathan In Closed Door Meeting With Modu Sheriff

President Goodluck Jonathan and former Borno State Governor Ali-Modu Sheriff were reportedly in a closed door meeting yesterday, the meeting took place at the presidential villa, Abuja.

Modu Sheriff, who came out of the president’s office some minutes after former Military Administrator of Lagos State, Gen. Buba Marwa stepped out, refused initially to talk with journalists, saying there was no time

But LEADERSHIP gathered that Jonathan’s meeting with Modu Sheriff might not be unconnected with the current negotiations between the federal government and the Boko Haram group which led to the declaration of a ceasefire and reported plans for the release of the over 200 schoolgirls abducted in Chibok, Borno State on April 14, 2014.

When confronted by State House correspondents to state the purpose of his visit to the president, Modu Sheriff simply said “I can’t talk to you now. There is no time today. I’m rushing to see the Chief of Staff”.

After leaving the office of the CoS to the president, Modu Sheriff, who came out to confront the same journalists he had wanted to dodge still waiting for him outside, admitted that a cease-fire deal was reached with the leadership of the insurgents last week.

Source: Leadership

I thought you swore "In Tears" that you did not know Boko Haram members and  have never met them, so when did you make this ground breaking contact with them? Are they no longer interested in killing you and your entire generation? God is watching all of you!! 

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