NIGERIAN SOLDIERS ORDERED NOT TO CAPTURE BOKO HARAM’S ABUBAKAR SHEKAU TO KEEP THE CASH FLOWING TO APC POLITICIANS.
BBC Radio International monitored in Ndiolumbe reported on February 19, 2018 that Nigerian Army Troops were about five kilometers to Abukakar Shekau’s hideout, when they were abruptly ordered to stand down.
After 4 days at one location, Boko Haram suicide bombers attacked the troops, killing 7 Nigerian and Cameroonian soldiers and leaving scores wounded. They arrived at Shekau’s camp seven days later and Shekau was gone.
Shekau escaped in such a hurry, that he left behind his car, personal clothing, chewing stick, and a pistol.
The two news channels referenced below, conveniently forgot to mention the attack on Nigerian and Cameroonian troops. Maybe that portion of the BBC broadcast got hung up on the Iroko trees next to their offices.
Now, the same government that let Alhaji Abukakar Shekau escape, is offering 3 million Naira for his capture. Thank heavens, that it is not $3 billion. The milking of the Boko Haram cash cow continues. Who knows how much has been paid in undocumented ransom?
Real Governments publish their finances online but the finances of shithole Governments are shrouded in mystery and speculation.
These are the questions for the Tinubu-Buhari APC Government:
1. Who ordered the troops to halt their advance and give Abukakar Shekau time to escape?
2. Will the capture or killing of Abukakar Shekau stop the demand for cash in the pretext of fighting Boko Haram?
3. When will the $1 billion illegally approved by the National Economic Council from the Excess Crude Account, and the $10 billion approved by the Nigerian Council of Traditional Rulers, be used In burying the corpses of Boko Haram militants littered all over Sambisa Forest?
The Association of Sambisa Forest Hyenas and Jackals (ASFHJ) have warned the Nigerian Government to remove those corpses in seven days or they will start eating them.
Africastallestman agrees with ASFHJ, they have been patient.