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Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by intergral(m): 12:33pm On Jul 06, 2015
Maiduguri – Some residents of Borno on Monday cautioned the Federal Government against rushing into dialogue with the Boko Haram insurgents as a way of ending their violent campaign.

Those who spoke in Maiduguri on Monday advised government to concentrate on military action against the insurgents.
Shieikh Musa Usman, a Maiduguri based Islamic scholar, advised government to equip the military with the necessary weapons to face the insurgents rather than considering dialogue option.

Women and children flee from home burnt by Boko Haram Islamists at Zabarmari, a fishing and farming village near Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria, on July 3, 2015. Several female suicide bombers in northeast Nigeria blew themselves up amid panicked villagers fleeing a Boko Haram attack, killing scores, the army and witnesses said on July 4. The latest carnage in series of attacks that have claimed more than 200 lives in just three days happened on Friday night in Zabarmari village, 10 kilometres (six miles) from the city of Maiduguri, the birthplace of the jihadist group.

“We heard in the media that government was considering a dialogue option with the insurgents following the recent spate of attacks in the North east.

“Why should government dialogue with individuals who are only interested in killing and maiming innocent people?
“Is government saying that it cannot continue with the current anti insurgency war or what?

“Why must we be talking about dialogue when our neighbours are already dislodging the insurgents from their countries?” Usman retorted.
Usman urged government to copy from the recent actions of the Chadian and Nigerien Governments in dislodging the insurgents from their countries.

Malam Goni Yahuza, another scholar said that negotiating with the insurgents was a sign of weakness.

“I do not support the idea of dialogue with Boko Haram because there is nothing to dialogue about.

“In the first place, I do not think that the group has something to talk about apart from violence”, Yahuza said.

He added that government must deploy all resources available in ending the insurgency within a reasonable time.

“I believe that the Nigerian military has all its takes to crush the insurgents, what they need is proper motivation for the task.
“Government must strive hard to ensure that it puts an end to the insurgency in a short while”, Yahuza said.

Alhaji Mohammed Mala, a businessman, commended the gallant efforts of the Nigeria military in fighting insurgents and urged them to do more.

http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/07/borno-residents-against-fgs-plan-to-negotiate-with-boko-haram/#sthash.mkfB6wKm.dpuf

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by intergral(m): 12:34pm On Jul 06, 2015
Lalasticlala please send this to the promised land...

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Chynx(m): 12:36pm On Jul 06, 2015
Hmmm. "Round about the circle"...

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by ELTON123(m): 12:36pm On Jul 06, 2015
intergral:
Maiduguri – Some residents of Borno on Monday
cautioned the Federal Government against rushing
into dialogue with the Boko Haram insurgents as a
way of ending their violent campaign.
Those who spoke in Maiduguri on Monday advised
government to concentrate on military action against
the insurgents.
Shieikh Musa Usman, a Maiduguri based Islamic
scholar, advised government to equip the military
with the necessary weapons to face the insurgents
rather than considering dialogue option.
Women and children flee from home burnt by Boko
Haram Islamists at Zabarmari, a fishing and farming
village near Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria, on July 3,
2015. Several female suicide bombers in northeast
Nigeria blew themselves up amid panicked villagers
fleeing a Boko Haram attack, killing scores, the army
and witnesses said on July 4. The latest carnage in
series of attacks that have claimed more than 200
lives in just three days happened on Friday night in
Zabarmari village, 10 kilometres (six miles) from the
city of Maiduguri, the birthplace of the jihadist group.
Here are their views;

“We heard in the media that government was
considering a dialogue option with the insurgents
following the recent spate of attacks in the North
east.
“Why should government dialogue with individuals
who are only interested in killing and maiming
innocent people?
“Is government saying that it cannot continue with
the current anti insurgency war or what?
“Why must we be talking about dialogue when our
neighbours are already dislodging the insurgents
from their countries?” Usman retorted.
Usman urged government to copy from the recent
actions of the Chadian and Nigerien Governments in
dislodging the insurgents from their countries.
Malam Goni Yahuza, another scholar said that
negotiating with the insurgents was a sign of
weakness.
“I do not support the idea of dialogue with Boko
Haram because there is nothing to dialogue about.
“In the first place, I do not think that the group has
something to talk about apart from violence”, Yahuza
said.
He added that government must deploy all resources
available in ending the insurgency within a
reasonable time.
“I believe that the Nigerian military has all its takes to
crush the insurgents, what they need is proper
motivation for the task.
“Government must strive hard to ensure that it puts
an end to the insurgency in a short while”, Yahuza
said.
Alhaji Mohammed Mala, a businessman,
commended the gallant efforts of the Nigeria military
in fighting insurgents and urged them to do more.
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Source: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/07/borno-residents-against-fgs-plan-to-negotiate-with-boko-haram/
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. PLEASE NAIRALANDeRs from North east what are your own comments on this?
cc:lalasticlala do the needful
Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by doublewisdom: 12:38pm On Jul 06, 2015
The super dullard would not listen cos he needs to reward his boys.

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by jantofubu(m): 12:39pm On Jul 06, 2015
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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by weingeorge(m): 12:45pm On Jul 06, 2015
I wonder what the basis of this negotiation is...those people's only talent ais making bombs and testing it on civilians. undecided

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Bonapart(m): 12:50pm On Jul 06, 2015
Only fools, cowards will want to negotiate with animals
That wat this present government prove to be

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Nobody: 12:51pm On Jul 06, 2015
May God help us

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Nobody: 12:51pm On Jul 06, 2015
If negotiating will put an end to this then let the govt do that.

Observing history one would notice that wars like this never ends. No war on terrorism have ever been won, ask USA.

If Nigeria can find an alternative way by negotiating and bringing an end to the mayhem, we will appreciate it. too many life's have already been lost, who knows how many more would go if this continues.

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by NaYouGoTaya: 12:51pm On Jul 06, 2015
How can one negotiate with animals? na wa for dis kind government o

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by suxes2005(m): 12:51pm On Jul 06, 2015
This thing be as e get. If they negotiate, those people will stop the innocent killing, right?

W/out negotiation, killing continues until the Armed Forces finds a lasting solution.

All I pray for is PEACE!

~ Sheyi

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by husnath(f): 12:51pm On Jul 06, 2015
l support the Islamic scholar" Mr President please equip our military with kayyan aikin zamani to kill them all.
Nigerians say no to dialogue with Boko Haram
Say no to negotiations with Boko Haram

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Aitee1(f): 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
Buchukwu:
Jt


Jt for john Thomas undecided

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by intergral(m): 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
I am a buhari fan but I'm will never support the Negotiation after witnessing Bokoharam terror when they came to capture Mubi LGA of adamawa state....

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by M4gunners: 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
We are watching.
Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by mitnick(m): 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
Nawa oooo
Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by DebateNigeria: 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
FG must not negotiate with BH

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by hazyfm: 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked

I SUPPORT ANYTHING THAT WILL MAKE THE SUICIDE BOMBING AND KILLINGS STOP


CHIBOKGIRLS! What if they were our own daughters?

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by chimerase2: 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
undecided
Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Nobody: 12:52pm On Jul 06, 2015
smiley

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by repogirl(f): 12:53pm On Jul 06, 2015
Advice una dullard at the top incase im no know!

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Buchukwu: 12:53pm On Jul 06, 2015
Buhari is bokoharam, he wants to pay his boys off.

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by deejayALFY(m): 12:53pm On Jul 06, 2015
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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by Abbycite(m): 12:53pm On Jul 06, 2015
ok.....suddenly they realized Gej is not their problem

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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by grbgrb4(m): 12:53pm On Jul 06, 2015
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Re: Borno Residents Reaction Against Fg’s Plan To Negotiate With Boko Haram by FolabiCash: 12:53pm On Jul 06, 2015
Confused govt

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