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|What Is The Real Issue Between Boko Haram And The Government? by Ozegbe(m): 7:14am On Apr 27, 2012|
Please does anybody knows the real issues between bh and our government? Whats their real demands? What evil did the government do to them?
|Re: What Is The Real Issue Between Boko Haram And The Government? by Wily2wily: 7:33am On Apr 27, 2012|
Boko Haram said they want Islamic republic of Northern Nigeria(Arewa) govern by Islamic Law. I see no reason why Government should disturbing them, They should be left alone.
They are Moslems, let them have their country and practice what they want. I am in support of Islamic Republic of Arewa.
|Re: What Is The Real Issue Between Boko Haram And The Government? by Callotti: 7:48am On Apr 27, 2012|
The only issue is that a South-Southerner is answering 'president' of Nigeria after Yaradua died without completing 8 years as 'president'.
Why Boko Haram no ask for Islamic North during Yaradua's time huh?
Or during OBJ's time?
The North has realized that it would be a loooooooooooong time before it is 'allowed' to smell the 'president' of Nigeria again.
TIME FOR SHOW DOWN!
Oya Southerners. . . prepare to defend your 'title'!
2015 go sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet wella wella! Kai!
|Re: What Is The Real Issue Between Boko Haram And The Government? by ckkris: 8:22am On Apr 27, 2012|
Boko Haram and their SPONSORS want to dominate the Armed Forces, Police, SSS and other security command structure. Their political leaders stated this full page ADVERTORIAl in the Nation Newspaper in 2011. If they succeed in intimidating southern Nigerians to concede these positions, they will quickly organise another palace coups, and use the Armed Forces command structure to create more local governments. Then really push for 80% of National Income to be legally and constitutionally committeed to the core islamic north. The Emir of CBN and their governors are saying it loud and clear, they need more Revenue Allocation, even if the southern producers of such revenues must be killed to achieve this. After all, these southerners are nothing but infidels.
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