Group: ‘Crisis Entrepreneurs’ Sabotaging War Against Boko Haram


By Adedayo Akinwale in Abuja

Baffled by recent attacks by the Boko Haram insurgents, a group under the aegis of Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET), has bemoaned the activities of  “crisis entrepreneurs” and urged them to desist from sabotaging  the ongoing war against the insurgents in the North-east.

It said those “crisis entrepreneurs” who believe in making financial fortunes from the Boko Haram crisis should place the interest of Nigeria above their selfish interests and give peace a chance in the interest of the suffering masses.

 In a statement on Sunday signed by the its Executive Secretary, Comrade Ikpa Isaac the group claimed that these individuals have sabotaged every effort to end the crisis and are not ready to quit their inhuman business of war-mongering.

It stressed: “The military has adequately demonstrated that they are up the task and all they have achieved in a short span of time should not be thrown away simply because some leaders in Borno state want the war to linger for their own interest.”