Boko Haram Members Have Opened Up To Us — Amnesty C’ttee
The presidential committee on dialogue and peaceful resolution of the security challenges in the north has said that members of the Boko Haram sect had been very open and frank with them in the course of their ongoing dialogue with the insurgents.
The 25-member committee set up by the federal government to create common ground for amnesty for the sect stated this yesterday when they met and held talks with commanders of Boko Haram being detained in Kuje Prisons, Abuja.
The committee said the visit to the detention camp was part of its move to create a room for dialogue with the groups which majority of Nigerians except some politicians have kicked against.
Chairman of the committee and minister of special duties, Mr Kabiru Tanimu Turaki (SAN), who briefed journalists after the talks with members of the sect, said: “The interactions have been very useful. They have been very open, they have been very fair and they have been very frank. And some of them, I would even dare to say, have shown a lot of sense of patriotism even while being detained under serious allegations.
“They have shown that, yes, they have the love of this nation at heart. These are issues we will leverage upon and come up with a modality that would bring about a very frank dialogue that, at the end of the day, God willing, will be able to bring a total solution to the security problem we have in this country.
Culled from Leadership
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