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30 Dec 2011

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Inspector General of Police (IG) Hafiz Ringim

By Ahamefula Ogbu 

Those arrested for bombings so far are errand boys and foot soldiers of Boko Haram and not the sponsors, Inspector General of Police (IG) Hafiz Ringim has said.

He asked for the cooperation of all to get strong evidence that would lead to the arrest of the sponsors of the bombings in the country.

There were indications Thursday night that there would be an operational restructuring of the security agencies.

This is expected to see to an overhaul of the security system to give it more bite.

Ringim disclosed that but for the vigilance of the police and other security agencies which recovered several vehicles primed with explosives in Kano, Kaduna and Yobe States, the Christmas Day bombings would have been worse than what was witnessed in Niger, Yobe and Plateau States.

He was speaking to the media after an emergency meeting between President Goodluck Jonathan and security chiefs.

In attendance were the Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Oluseyi Petinrin; Chief of Army Staff,
Major-Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika; Chief of Naval Staff, Vice-Admiral Ola Saad Ibrahim; Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Mohammed Umar; Director General, State Security Services (SSS), Mr. Ita Ekpenyong; Director General of National Intelligence Agency, Mr. Olaniyi Oladeji; the National Security Adviser, Gen. Owoye Azazi (rtd.); and Ringim.

Petinrin, who initially refused to respond to a barrage of questions, later replied: “Well, you should, of course, understand that the meeting has to do with the security situation and Mr. President has taken decisive decisions. I am sure you will hear about it later.”

Azazi, who first emerged from the meeting and went back inside on sighting a battery of reporters, later came back, kept a straight face and refused to respond to any question, insisting that he would not be speaking to journalists every day.

Ringim, who took time to explain that they were now more prepared to ensure the safety of people on New Year eve, assured Nigerians that there was no cause for apprehension, though he said more had to be done to bring such threats under total control.

“So far, we have arrested hundreds of them but that is not the issue. These people, to my mind, are just the foot soldiers and we need to get strong evidence through the cooperation of members of the public so that we will be able to get to the leaders, masters and organisers of these people.

“I assure you we are doing our possible best. We are prepared more than ever before and I want to assure you that if we had not done what we did in Yobe, if we had not done what we did in Kaduna, indeed if the Nigeria Police Force had not done what we did in Kano, with the recovery of the primed-up suicide bombing vehicles, the story would have been a different one. I assure you members of the public that the Nigeria Police Force and indeed all other security agencies are now ready more than ever before to face these challenges.

“Security agencies and most importantly the Nigerian police have made a lot of gains which have not come to the fore. I want to seize this opportunity and talk to every one of us to remain resolved and resolute to join in the fight against this cankerworm that will not leave anyone of us if we do not put our act together.

“What I mean by 'acts together' is by Nigeria Police Force, security agencies and you journalists yourselves and all members of the public. This is something that should galvanise us in our quest to remain together and also to bring down the scourge,” Ringim explained.

He further stated that the number of suspects so far arrested were over 100, but said there was need for more cooperation to break new grounds in the fight against the scourge.

He denied that Christians were targeted in the attacks as the bombers would attack anybody on their way.

“Definitely, people are agitated and these Boko Haram terrorist groups are not attacking only Christians. They attack everyone that is on their way, including members of the armed forces and the police and other security agencies. From among us there are Muslims and there are Christians. I don’t think it is a case of Muslims versus Christian or Christians against Muslims. That is why I am urging each and every one of us in this country to come together to lend a hand so that we can fight this scourge. We have seen how our country has lost through the non-cooperation of the people. It is only when we come together that we can fight this scourge,” he said.

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  • I agree with you completely Mr. Inspector General of Police; you actually hit the nail on the head. At moment, it seems like you have only arrested the foot soldiers that do the dirty work for them. The main sponsors are some where in their mansions enjoying our money (ill gotten wealth). Like I said in one of my contributions on the Christmas day mayhem, this is not a fight against North and South or Christian against Muslims, it is a fight against the good and the bad; the bad that was no able to get their wish are doing their best to frustrate President G.E. Jonathan. It is about time Mr. President should open his eyes and seek out the best Nigerians where ever they may be in the world to come back to help him. He should not depend entirely on the security chiefs; obviously, they are doing their best, but from the look of things at this time, their best is not good enough to protect the lives and property of common Nigerians. They need to acknowledge that they need a help from those who have good ideas on how to approach this problem; I mean specialists in the area of terrorism. Again, unit the main sponsors are rounded up and brought to face justice, this problem may not see an end. In my opinion, these so called Boko Harams are cowards, if they are bold enough, they should show their face; as at the moment, they have no face; that is the more reason I believe that they have big time sponsors that know they will have a lot to loose if they are identified as such.

    From: Iroabuchi USA

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Mr Jonathan you and your security people are being very economical with the actuality or truth. You and your government have actionable intelligence on boko haram and their leaders. The problem is that you do not have the guts to go after them, because this is pay back time. Mr President do you want Nigerians to believe that your government has no intelligence foot on the ground or that your security forces have not infiltrated these cheap thugs called boko haram? If you want Nigerians to believe this bolony, then you want Nigerians to believe every thing. The sponsors of these thugs boko haram walk in and out of Aso Rock on a daily basis. You know that if you and your government name and shame them Aso rock will burn in a manner of speaking. Mr Jonathan continue to pussy foot with these thugs boko haram and their sponsors and be ready for a military coup, which is their main intention. Mr jonathan you may be thinking that coups are no longer fashionable, but let me remind you that in politics there are no permanent friends but permanent interest. The impression has been established that Nigeria is now ungovernable and that there is anarchy. These are perfect reasons for a military coup. Please do not say that you were not put on notice or not warned.

    From: Patrick Agbobu

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • That will would be welcome development if the security are ready to face the challenges.

    From: Ibrahim Sani

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • We ve heard this type of comments a million times yet things re getting worse by the day.

    From: Ezeome

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Shame on you Nigerian police, if thats all you could do, especially when you are afraid to make arrest when you fully know the people behind boko haram

    From: Victor Ahaiwe. USA

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • how many times has the boko haram planted bombs in the mosques and you are telling the public that they are not after the Christians? you are the one deceiving the people and your self. you know why they are killing christian but you are running from the truth, one day it will be your turn to face what many innocent people has been facing.

    From: mako

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • how many times has the boko haram planted bombs in the mosques and you are telling the public that they are not after the Christians? you are the one deceiving the people and your self. you know why they are killing christian but you are running from the truth, one day it will be your turn to face what many innocent people has been facing.

    From: mako

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • I am surprised at the statement credited to Mr Ringim, the I.G. It shows that he does not know what he is doing. I bet you that the intelligence network in the police and the NSA are utterly rubbish. Y ou have over one hundred members of the set in your custody and still you are not able to obtain information that could lead to the arrest of the sponsors. This is ridiculous! You must resign from that position. The president must wake up now else this ugly trend would consume Nigeria. I bet you, once it turns into religious problem, then its war all through because it goes to the heart.

    From: Emeka

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • SO WOT THE POLICE DOING TO FISH OUT THE SPONSORERS OF BOKO HARAM? The IGP shld not think he's talking to illiterate folkz (like some of his police men are) @ all ......FISH OUT THE SPONSORS..OK

    From: PATICK

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • we highly appreciate the work of the police and other security agencies in the fight against boko haram. However, when high profile arrest are made they should be made known to the public. we would also appreciate if this individuals are given adequate punishment and not 3years jail term or the case of Ali Ndume who must Nigerians know not how he got bail

    From: Abeda

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • U people keep on giving us hope that has eluded us for long. Is not about how many meeting or statement make, all we need is our safety cos we are very tired right now.

    From: Mohammed S.

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • For every who care shd show Mr. Rigim (IG of Police) the list of Names of those killed in Madalla and tell who they are are why there are killed, standing on the way of the terrorist?
    This promise of the IG to restore peace habe we heard many times in the past, since i can read and write, the ruling class give us a sleeping tablets everytimes humans are killed (kidnapped, shot by armed robbers, killed by terrost, burnt to death for speaking the truth) and after some weeks, we all go on our usual business as if nothing happened.
    Our government has no shame, do not care about us, they are only interested on what they get at the end of their rule, millions of Euro in their swiss account and not what happened to us the commoon man.
    I can see another dimension to this bombing, it may be a plot of goverment to fail again to give Nigerian electricity, so when there is confusion and chaos, the people forget what the government is supposed to do and concentrate on the security situation, so the govenment has a reason to give excuses for failing.
    We nigerian should know that we have no government, did any one see any ambulance on the day of the bombing? many of the deaths could have been saved, but there was no paramedics to do emergency work, no funtional hospital to treat those seriously injured.
    The Security chief of a country bomb, was so weak and bold to tell the world that "he can not police the whole nation", is that a word that a security chief has to say?
    I can imagine that such occurence will happened again and the security apparatus will still be helpless and we shall counting our deaths again and again we shall be promise a "we are on top of the situation.
    Since the bombing of the Independence day celebration at Eagle Square, we have not heard that a single man/woman is/was arrested, so this give the evil doers the urge to do more, afterall, no one will ask them.
    How you police a nation when there is no communication linkage between a police man in street "A" to the other Police is street "B"? Onew day, I travelled from Ogoja to Onitsha, I saw alot of Policemen and soldiers on road block, there was no car for emergency nor communications gadgets to make emergencý calls, so hw do we expect a complete coverage in terms of security of the nation? Where are all the security votes given to the Governors and the president to secure our lives?
    What happened to us on the chrismas day is an opportunity to ask question, but up till now, no one is asking that question.
    In others civiled country of the world, where our "Honourable leaders" runs to for health care and sending their children to school, the National Assembly will immediatly resume duties to finmd soluction to the situation at hand, but in our case, no, their in the comfort of their home and saying, "that is their badluck" fot going to mass on that day.
    We need MAMSER (Mass Mobilization for Self Reliance, Social Justice, and Economic Recovery) to give more explanations and educations to our people, that government is run in democratic way with respect and not with arragance.

    From: Azuka

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Please where is the politician that promised to make the country ungovernable if he losses. What are we doing. Start with him, then the senator. Our courts are dead, how can a suspect of terrorism be granted bail. I charge the security agents and the corrupt judiciary especially the judicial officers to this.

    From: Too concern

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • The sponsors of these boko idiots should be fished out soon,all the security units should be involved,a stich in time saves nine,so they says....God helps nigeria......

    From: olufemi Ajibode

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • It irks me to hear the IGP say that the cawards and calous boko haram sect are not targetting the Christians. Though as a Christian, I'm not canvassing for a revenge from the Christians, can Mr Ringim tell us how many Mosques that the boko haram bombed during the Muslims' Sallah celebration or on that Christmas day attack? Please, it's time we call a spade 'a spade' and rise above this religious and regional sentiments that is impeding Nigeria's growth. May God deliver our nation from their hands.

    From: ULOH-ATTAH

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • One of the measures to curb this bombing issue is to build car parks away from major gatherings. Car bombings have maximum impact and when they can be driven in a large crowd they can cause huge damage.
    Take the UN bombing for instance, the car park was in the building. The police headquarters, the car park was in the building. The church in Madalla, cars was parked in the church.
    If we have car parks separated well away from the building and properly manned by security agents, maximum impact will be diminished. Large movements around the car parks should be avoided. There should be a coordinated approach to getting access to your vehicles.
    Please send this message across to the President, as I do not know how to communicate with him.
    Also individuals should learn how to be security conscious. Nigerians are careless when it comes to security. Having all your family in one place is dangerous. Even if they are in one place they need to be scattered around to minimize wiping out an entire family. Boko Haram can be defeated if individuals are coordinated. We have to help the security agents on our own part by giving them information. If you want to remain anonymous send them an anonymous text.

    From: John Okparocha

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • One of the measures to curb this bombing issue is to build car parks away from major gatherings. Car bombings have maximum impact and when they can be driven in a large crowd they can cause huge damage.
    Take the UN bombing for instance, the car park was in the building. The police headquarters, the car park was in the building. The church in Madalla, cars was parked in the church.
    If we have car parks separated well away from the building and properly manned by security agents, maximum impact will be diminished. Large movements around the car parks should be avoided. There should be a coordinated approach to getting access to your vehicles.
    Please send this message across to the President, as I do not know how to communicate with him.
    Also individuals should learn how to be security conscious. Nigerians are careless when it comes to security. Having all your family in one place is dangerous. Even if they are in one place they need to be scattered around to minimize wiping out an entire family. Boko Haram can be defeated if individuals are coordinated. We have to help the security agents on our own part by giving them information. If you want to remain anonymous send them an anonymous text.

    From: John Okparocha

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • I want to ask Ringim about those selected to negotiate with The Federal Government on behalf of Boko Haram. People like Sultan of Sokoto, Emir of Bauchi etc ; are they also errand boys of Boko Haram?

    From: Ken Nweze

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • What is the IGP saying? Is it that the arrested foot soldiers are not revealing their sponsors or what evidence do you need? If that is the case then Nigerians should not expect anything good to come out of the ongoing prosecution of Senator Ali Ndume, whom konduga named as one of their primary sponsors. Anyone named by the arrested foot soldiers should be picked for investigation, and soon the truth will reveal.

    From: Geoffrey Jwan

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • The Presidency is scared of the sponsors of Boko Haram. They know them all, from beginning to the end, but he has no gut to arrest them. They are just deceiving themselves. God will judge them for not protecting innocent citizens on one hand, and not exposing/punishing the sponsors of Boko Haram on the other hand.

    From: Philip

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • The boko haram people are sultan of sokoto, emiar of kano, alhaji dangote , major babangida, major buhari etc, how can our IG of police says he dont know the sponsor of boko haram.

    From: WAZOBIA SPAIN

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • If big men and women are not behind terrorism in Nigeria how can one explain the fact that one of wanted individuals that literally claimed responsibility in the massacre of 380 innocent women and children at Dogo Nahauwa in Plateau state, Alhaji Sale Bayeri, is a special aide to the Sultan of Sokoto?. Sale currently has a warrant from the High Court of justice, Bukuru near Jos to appear before it in connection with the killings at Dogo Nahauwa.

    From: Peter Jongun

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Inspector general of police Nigeria (Ringim) has asked Nigerians to come forward to give 'strong evidence' that would lead to the arrest of the Boko Haram sponsors. Does this mean that the people whose names have been mentioned by the hundreds of foot soldiers cannot be arrested or our security people do not have sufficient guts to arrest these named sponsors. On the other hand, is Ringim insinuating that failure of ordinary Nigerians coming forward to give evidence there is nothing else they (the security team) would do to unravel the identities of the masterminds. Ringim should bear in mind the Nigerians are no fool all the time. He should resign along with the service chiefs as they have all failed woefully in their assignments.

    From: Jude

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • What Nigerians need is light and education l think the press are not enlighten people most Nigerians are illiterate including the people in government levels.how can inspector general of police Nigeria be talking like that.

    From: williams

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Mr. President knows his friends (political foes)

    From: Afghanistan

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • If big men and women are not involved in the terrorism that is now taking place in Nigeria, how then can one explain the fact that one of the individuals who literally claimed responsibility for the massacre of 380 innocent women

    From: fodicltd

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • They know who the sponsors are but they are unwilling to do anything about that. What about the senator they arrested from Borno state a while ago? What did they charge him with? Giving official secrets or something like that. I swear Nigeria is a huge joke; the only thing is that it is not funny

    From: Seun

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Nov 14, 2011
    12:37 pm ESTIslam really need modernization and reform! You don�t please God of the Universe by bringing pain and sorrow to your fellowman, His Creation. We want peace in Africa! Arab and their religion has brought nothing to Africa but pain and sorrow and dessertation! We Africans, especially the Christians, want to get along with our African brothers and sisters, irrespective of their religion.
    To be still practicing religion as it was in the Dark Ages don�t make any sense at all. I CALL FOR REFORMATION OF ISLAM IN AFRICA IN ORDER TO BRING PEACE, JOY, HAPPINESS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH TO AFRICA. May God Bless you all. AMEN

    From: Islam?

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Since Auwalu, Ibraheem, 'Samaila, Shuaibu, are still the names of choice of the culprits so far apprehended, and the chant still remains "Allahu Akbar", for so long should we be wary of waving off the speculation that it is a deliberate targeting of a particular religion. Investigators should not be Ringim, Muhamed, Sambo, Affiz etc. We need neutral names ,like, Kingsley, Dwayne, Maddock. Neither Christian nor Moslem. Fact is that Moslems tend to sympathies with Moslems and turn the other way when heinous crimes are committed by a 'brother'. Remember the APO 6. Security matters need a lot of deep dispassionate reasoning, not emotional mush..

    From: Tieba

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Has Mr president got the liver to takeon the sponsors of this organisation? I have my doubts. Mr president appear not to be competent in handling the affairs of the Nigeria state. I remember him watching the TV with his friends when Nigerians were slaughtered in the post election violence in northern Nigeria. Reminiscent of Nero playing fiddle while Rome burned. Can he in all honesty tell us that there was no security report on his table on the violence that broke out? What he did he do to pre-empt that violence. Mr president has gone down in history as the Nigerian leader that has been most uncaring about the lives of Nigerians in peace time. He has been irresponsible to say the least. Mr president should realise that the buck stops on his table. He should not think that he is immune if he continues to sleep on the issue of security.
    For months now, the IG is telling us that they have not been able to get sponsors of this movement? Then we are in real trouble. By the way I think I read about Atiku Abubakar and Muhammed Buhari threating that if there would not be peaceful change, there will be violent change and the country would be made ungovernable during last years election campaigns. What has happened after such self fulfiling utterance? And the IG claims that they have not been able to get at the financiers of this violence. The police needs to get modern in their investigations after all, whenever there is suicide bombings, money exchanges hands to the suicide bombers family.

    From: Eli

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • The IGP should live above sectional/religious sentiments in as much as i do not and will not support a revenge against Islamic faithfuls in the country, the attack by Boko Haram are targeted at Christians. The IGP should shot his mouth and resign if he can not live above sentiments in carrying out his constitutional assignment as the police chief. As for President GEJ, he should sack inept security chiefs whose loyalty is divided. We need sustainable peace in Nigeria or let us a hold a referendum and separate peacefully if the people so desire but the question is, on what basis? Is it religious or North/South divide? if on North -South basis, then what happens to my Christian Brothers in the North. My desire is that we live peacefully in an atmosphere of mutual respect where nobody from any part of the country will be seen or treated as a second class citizen where true federally is practice in the spirit of the word. In Spite of my candid concern about the ineffectiveness of leadership in the country, the Northern political leaders and their supporters must respect Mr. President( A constituted authority) and what binds us together as a people or be ready to face the wrath of God.

    From: Erinyo

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • there sponsors are atiku, ibb, emir of sokoto, buhari,iran president go after them go go go go

    From: isreal denmark

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • pls mr president go after this people ther are boko haram sponsors major ibb, atiku, alh dangote, buhari, sultan of sokoto, emir of kano, senetor ndume, arest them all and be headed

    From: isreal denmark

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • pls mr president go after this people ther are boko haram sponsors major ibb, atiku, alh dangote, buhari, sultan of sokoto, emir of kano, senetor ndume, arest them all and be headed

    From: isreal denmark

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • It looks to me that this boko haram is an "army" that represents repression in the northern part of Nigeria. The primary objective not clear - but seems to be in strong oppoistion of well meaning reforms of the current government which would liberate the economy and the majority of Nigerians. They are not happy because they cant do anything tangible with their brains!

    From: otj

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • It looks to me that this boko haram is an "army" that represents repression in the northern part of Nigeria. The primary objective not clear - but seems to be in strong oppoistion of well meaning reforms of the current government which would liberate the economy and the majority of Nigerians. They are not happy because they cant do anything tangible with their brains!

    From: otj

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • This bombing is promoting hatrad to islam my brothers fit those evil people.before they make muslims enamy of the world.

    From: Ahamed

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Mr. Inspector General of Police, granted you have been able to capture Boko Haram foot soldiers, I want to add that this is all you need to get to the root of the matter if you have a well trained investigators that can do proper interrogation. If I was to be involved in this process, I will use those I have to get to those I want. Apply whatever means at your disposal to get these people cough out their sponsor, including certain incentives. Boko Haram’s sponsors are humans with a faces; the only difference is that they are swimming in money they stole from us. Do you realize that most of the foot soldiers are in this for money; may be to take care of their families.
    If you know anything about suicide bombers, they do not live to enjoy the dividend of their act. Some of them go into this with the promise that the family they will leave behind are taken care of. Some of them are also brain washed to believe that this act will give them a better life after they pass on to where ever; wrong, wrong and wrong.
    My advice to the IG is that he and his men use what they have to get to what they want. Interrogation! Interrogation! Interrogation! Offer the poor men incentives and get the facts out of them; we need this information if we must get to the bottom of this matter.
    Nigeria has to be secured by all means; if you cannot do the job, please let us know so that we can find an able hand to take care of this urgent situation.
    My anger with the events unfolding in Nigeria grew worse when I saw the list of those murdered on Christmas day at Madalla; 99.9% of them are Igbos. The truth is that my heart bleeds for my people because it seems like they are helpless at this time.

    From: Iroabuchi USA

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • IG has all the evidences to nail those who are sponsor Boko Haram devilish act in this country because hundred of errand boys and foot soldiers have been arrested. So, what is he wating for to fish them out again

    From: Toye

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Islam is a religion of peace not a religion of terrorists,most Nigerian politician are self center they only think what they will gain from people they dont have the interest of the people in their mind,the Nigerian police does not have the intelligence to deal with the terrorists this is a shame.anyway that is life in Nigeria, my sympathy to the family of the victims,and what is the way forward? l think the government should educate the grass root peoples give them more enlightenment about religions and gives moral educations,and create jobs and the politicians should know that they are serving people,politics is not do or die and is not a life line,and the politicians should stop using the poor people for their selfish interest.

    From: sadiq

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • All these killings has to stop! I remember yrs back when one can not tell a xtain frm a moslem b'cos we all lived as one until selffish ppl came n stole dis onenes frm us all. God will surely judge all these bad pple in Nigeria.

    From: Jossy frm kaduna

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • Mako, they olso attack a mosque in Maiduguri yesterday on 30/dec./11. That is to tell you, not only churches

    From: Muhammed

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • SHAME OF A NATION

    From: BABA ADAMU

    Posted: 2 years ago

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  • MR. RINGIM AND PRESIDENT NEED TO GET OUT OF THE WAY AND LET PEOPLE WHO ARE WILLING TO FIGHT THE BOKO HARAM. THESE TWO HAD BEEN IN GOVT FOR TOO LONG AND BURN OUT.

    THIS BURN-OUT CREATES INEPTITUDES IN THEIR RESPECTIVE DEPTS. WE NEED FRESH FACES AND CRIME FIGHTERS TO TACKLE THE MENACE OF THIS MAGNITITUDES.

    ENOUGH OF EXCUSES. TIME WAIT FOR NO ONE AND THEY NEED TO SHAPE-UP. WE DO NOT CARE ABOUT THEIR GOOD LOOKS. BASED ON HIS STATEMENTS ON FOOT SOLDIERS, HAD HE GOT CONFESSIONS FROM THESE PEOPLE? PUNISH THE PARENTS OR GUARDIANS OF THESE FOOT SOLDIERS FOR CRIMES COMMITTED BY THESE PEOPLE. CONFISTICATE THEIR HOMES OR BUSINESSES ON BEHALF OF THE CRIMES.

    THIS ACT WILL SENT A CHILL TO THEIR SPINE FOR HABOURING FUGITIVES AND CRIMES. WE NEED TO CREATE A LAW CALLED RACKETEERING INFLUENCE CORRUPT ORG (RICO) WHERE WE CAN APPLY IT IN CASE OF CONFISTICATION OF PROPERTIES. SIMILAR ACT WAS USED AGAINST THE GAMBINO FAMILY IN NEW YORK THAT SENT MANY TO JAIL FOR LIFE. THANKS TO FBI, DEPT OF JUSTICE (DOJ) AND OTHER LAW ENFORCING AGENCIES.

    WE SHOULD NOT TAKE LIKELY TO THESE PEOPLE. WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO CHARGE THEM WITH CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND TREASON AGAINST OUR NATION. MR. JOHNATHAN DOES NOT HAVE THE GUT TO FACE HIS KING MAKERS BECAUSE HE MAY SEE THEIR RED FACES. HE IS SCARED FOR HIS LIFE NOT KNOWING THAT WE ONLY HAVE ONE LIFE TO LIVE. IT IS A NECESSARY THING AND IT WILL AT ANYTIME WHEN THE NUMBER COMES UP.

    A PLACE LIKE NIGERIA THAT IS SO RIDDLE WITH BOKO AND CORRUPTIONS NEED TO BE DEAL WITH RUTHLESSLY WITHOUT CONSIDERING THE BIG TOES BEIGN STEP ON BECAUSE IT TAKES THIS TO CORRECT THE ILLS. MOREOVER, CRIMINALS LOST THEIR RIGHTS WHEN CRIME WAS COMMITTED NO EXCEPTION TO THE RULES.

    CONSIDER MAKING JURY RULE (PEOPLES COURT) JURY CONVICTS CRIMINALS WHERE THE POLITICAL FAIL ITSELF IN WHICH IS CASE WITH NIGERIA PRESENTLY, WE CANNOT TOTALLY ERADICATE CRIMES IN OUR SOCIETY BUT WE CAN REDUCE IT TO MINIMUM.THERE IS NO CENTRAL GOVT EXCEPT BY NAME AND IT DOES NOT HOLD AND FULL OF CORRUPT PEOPLE AND INEFFICIENCES.

    CORRUPTIONS AND INEFFICIENCES ORIGINATE FROM THE PROCESS OF COMPROMISSING AT ABUJA. MR. JOHNATHAN HAS FAILED HIMSELF NOT THE ELECTORATES. SO LONG MR PRESIDENT YOU ARE UNABLE TO PERFORM OPTIMALLY.

    From: FEMI B. AJETUNMOBI USA

    Posted: 2 years ago

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    Posted: 2 years ago

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