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Modu Sherrif And Fmr Chief Of Army Staff, Ihejirika Named Sponsors Of Boko Haram

Nigeria’s Foermer Minsiter of the Federal Capital Territory, Mallam Nasir El-rufai just posted the following information he claimed to have heard on Arise News Television, crediting an Australian Negotiator Stephen Davis.

Modu Sherrif, the former governor of Borno state has repeatedly being fingered to have started the terror group which for most is no longer news but the introduction of the former chief of army staff is a big news for Nigerians.

Read the statement posted by Mallam Nasir, El-rufai, a chieftain of Nigeria’s opposition party, All Progressives Congress, APC….. Not too long, Sherrif defected from the APC to the ruling People’s Democratic Party, PDP..


Australian hostage negotiator Stephen Davis has just named Former Borno Governor Ali Modu Sheriff and immediate chief of army staff Lt-Gen Ihejirika (removed in January 2014) as the Boko Haram brains on ARISE NEWS.

Davis said Boko Haram commanders that he has been negotiating with as the source of this information. The kingpins not only finance BH operations but select targets for assassination and execution.

Finally, the truth about BH is coming out. Hopefully, the murderers of General Muhammadu Shuwa, the abductors of the Chibok girls, those truly responsible for the Nyanya bombings, and attempted assassination of General Buhari and Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi will be known.

We hope the authorities will take the steps necessary to act on this revelation, and thereby discharge their duty to protect us, the citizens of Nigeria. That is just what it is, a hope!

– Nasir El-Rufai

Please keep in mind that NewsWireNGR did not listen to the said Arise News and we cannot independently verify if the story is correct as the said individual that posted the story is a partisan Nigerian Politician but we find the information useful for publication but cannot be held responsible..

We shall on our own follow up the story as it unveils and keep our readers, updated.

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