“In 3 Months Time, You Will Praise Me For Dealing With Boko Haram”, President Jonathan Tells CNN
Not minding the fact that Twice in the past, he has placed a deadline on when the government would put a stop to the insurgency by the Islamic terrorist sect, Boko Haram, but failed, President Goodluck Jonathan has once again promised to end the insurgency in three months time.
On Friday, in a interview broadcast on CNN, the president said concerning the fight against Boko Haram, that ”if you are to interview me again in three months’ time, you will praise me that this government has tried.”
President Goodluck Jonathan also said that his government was not negotiating with Boko Haram. This is coming barely two weeks after the minister of special duties, Tanimu Turaki announced that the Presidential Amnesty Committee for Boko Haram which he heads has secured a cease fire deal with Boko Haram, a claim what was denied by its leader, Abubakar Shekau.
“We are not negotiating with Boko Haram. It is done all over the world. It is not negotiation. We are not begging. Our security architecture was first designed to deal with ordinary criminals but since terror started, we have been building it. I believe if you are to interview me again in three months’ time, you will praise me that this government has tried.
“We are tackling terror from various angles. We must first of all stop them through military intervention, which we have initiated by declaring a state of emergency in three states where these terror attacks are predominant,” President Jonathan said.
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