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Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Nobody: 12:43pm On Oct 07, 2015
Fears for Nigeria's counter-radicalisation programme as British-trained head is ousted

----- Removal of ex-NHS psychologist Fatima Akilu sparks concerns that UK and EU-funded programme may be mothballed


The future of a UK-backed programme to de-radicalise Boko Haram Islamists in Nigeria is in doubt after the British-trained expert who set it up was abruptly sacked by the country's new government.
Fatima Akilu, an NHS-trained psychologist who was educated at a boarding school in Kent, set up a pioneering national scheme to rehabilitate Boko Haram members and spread counter-extremist messages.
The first such scheme of its kind in Nigeria, it was hailed as a key plank in the government's long-term strategy to tackle Boko Haram, who are blamed for the deaths of 10,000 people across northern Nigeria in the past five years.
Two weeks ago, however, Ms Akilu was removed from her post as part of a clear-out of the entire top tier of the country's national security agency by its new head, retired Major General Babagana Monguno. He was appointed by president Muhammadu Buhari, the ex-general who swept to power in May's elections.



Ms Akilu has now been replaced by a colonel in the military, robbing the programme not only of its chief architect but also its civilian face. The programme had been designed to be civilian-led so as to have greater success in winning the confidence of insurgents. It had been funded by the EU to the tune of £5.6 million and an unknown amount by the UK.
There are concerns now that without its original backer, the scheme may end up being quietly sidelined, depriving Nigeria of its only counter-extremism scheme. A source close to the government told the Telegraph: "The decision to remove Fatima came without any warning and now she has been replaced by a military man that nobody has heard of.
"Her staff are not happy about what has happened, and many are considering whether to stay or not."

The question marks over the programme come as Boko Haram continues to pose a major threat to Nigeria, despite Mr Buhari's pledges to crush it. On Monday, the group claimed responsibility for multiple suicide bombings over the weekend that killed 18 people around the capital, Abuja.


Ms Akilu, who was educated at the Beechwood Sacred Heart boarding school in Tunbridge Wells, set up the scheme last year at the invitation of Mohammad Sambo Dasuki, a national security adviser under the previous president, Goodluck Jonathan.
She had previously been working as a children's author and adviser to troubled teenagers, but caught Mr Dasuki's attention after writing a series of articles on the importance of education in drawing Nigerian youngsters away from trouble.

The programme focused partly on educating young Nigerians about the dangers of radicalisation in the first place, and also on trying to rehabilitate the thousands of Boko Haram suspects already in jail. Suspects would be challenged by imams on their radical views, and also given access to sports facilities and classes in computing and craft skills.
It was considered to be innovative in Nigeria, where "hearts and minds" has never been a strong aspect of counter-terrorism strategy.

A still from a video released by extremist group Boko Haram Photo: AFP/Getty Images
"The project was just beginning to bear fruit," said the source. "At first the Boko Haram prisoners wouldn't even talk to us, but we had reached the point where both were at least taking part in the programme. Some of the ex-commanders were even telling us about other commanders in other jails that might also be persuaded to take part."
News of Ms Akilu's removal first emerged on social media in Nigeria, and has been the subject of much speculation since. Some believe that Mr Buhari, who was elected on pledges to take a tough approach with Boko Haram, is not convinced that "softer" strategies work. Others say he may not even have been aware of her removal.
Another theory is that she was the victim of score settling between the Jonathan and Buhari camps, which date back to Mr Buhari's brief time as military ruler of Nigeria in the mid-1980s. Ms Akilu's ex-boss, Mr Dasuki, is said to have been among a team of soldiers who arrested Mr Buhari shortly after his overthrow that year.
This summer, three of Mr Dasuki's houses were raided on suspicion that he was involved in "undermining" national security, leading to him eventually being charged with possession of an unlicensed pistol. The Nigerian government denies that there has been any kind of witch hunt.

A Western official linked Ms Akilu's removal to the wider clear-out in the NSA, but said there had been problems with the programme in the first place. "Fatima set the programme up and had a lot of good ideas, but there were some shortcomings, partly in her team's own capacity to run it, and partly in the lack of buy-in from the Nigerian military, who at the end of day need to be onside for this kind of thing.
"We hope that the programme will continue, and that this can become an opportunity to get more buy-in from the military and make it better than it was."
An EU source said: "We are maintaining close contact with the office of the national security adviser staff and with the technical assistants working on the EU funded activities to evaluate the impact of the recent staff changes."
The Nigerian government did not respond to requests for comment.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/nigeria/11915708/Fears-for-Nigerias-counter-radicalisation-programme-as-British-trained-head-is-ousted.html
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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Nobody: 12:44pm On Oct 07, 2015
Sai Buhari grin

- i support this move as it enable us to get a domestic hold on this issue.
- there is already a local funding headed by Lt. Gen. T.Y Danjuma
- we need a military hold on all these issues related to BH & ISIS others
- deradicalizing terrorists requires a local approach
- we plan to give amnesty as a "carrot and stick" approach
- some of us would want the so-called aid to pay outstanding workers salary e.g Ekiti
- President Muhammadu Buhari is the only man to close this case once and for all

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by warrior01: 12:48pm On Oct 07, 2015
What do you expect from an illiterate president who thinks the fight against corruption is by witch hunting political opponents? He doesn't know the importance of using subtle methods in de-radicalizing the boko haram members. Anyway I don't blame him since he has and operates with analogue brains.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Nobody: 12:52pm On Oct 07, 2015
There was a Reuters article on the quiet success of this de-radicalisation program.
I had hoped Monguno would have continued this program but as always they decide to throw away the baby with the bath water.
Jonathan had a concise carrot and stick counter terrorism strategy unlike this current administration's needless dithering.


SenseiX :

Another theory is that she was the victim of score settling between the Jonathan and Buhari camps, which date back to Mr Buhari's brief time as military ruler of Nigeria in the mid-1980s. Ms Akilu's ex-boss, Mr Dasuki, is said to have been among a team of soldiers who arrested Mr Buhari shortly after his overthrow that year.
This summer, three of Mr Dasuki's houses were raided on suspicion that he was involved in "undermining" national security, leading to him eventually being charged with possession of an unlicensed pistol. The Nigerian government denies that there has been any kind of witch hunt.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by TheImp: 12:55pm On Oct 07, 2015
Buhari and his crew are utterly clueless.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by damton(m): 12:56pm On Oct 07, 2015
why would the ouster of someone cause so big a worry. so in the event she loses her life(No I'll intended) , what will happen then. If the program is well established and entrenched, it will still go on as smooth as it ought to. it's about building institution and not personalities to a larger extent. my opinion though.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by odinese(m): 12:56pm On Oct 07, 2015
.Buhari is now the Nigerian President and y'all must try to respect him..

Dumb assholes...

U call him names just to get "likes"...

Fyo...Jonathan and obj is far more clueless than any president in Nigerian history.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by dipopooo(m): 12:57pm On Oct 07, 2015
Dey av nothing to worry abt, Shebi dey indirectly supported PMB to bcome our president. Wen d king of dullards is thru wit dis con3 even his supporters will hate themselves.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by zurine(f): 12:57pm On Oct 07, 2015
hmm
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by shegelu: 12:57pm On Oct 07, 2015
Ok
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by hakeem4(m): 12:57pm On Oct 07, 2015
I was here

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by philusaau(f): 12:57pm On Oct 07, 2015
Buhari have my full support..

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by odinese(m): 12:57pm On Oct 07, 2015
warrior01:
What do you expect from an illiterate president who thinks fight corruption is witch hunting political opponents? He doesn't know the importance of using subtle methods in de-radicalizing the boko haram members. Anyway I don't blame him since he has and operates with analogue brains.

Yall just insult Buhari and type gibberish just to get cheap "likes".
.gtfoh
.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Nobody: 12:58pm On Oct 07, 2015
its because she is a woman grin grin grin grin

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by SomebodyLovesMe: 12:58pm On Oct 07, 2015
warrior01:
What do you expect from an illiterate president who thinks fight corruption is witch hunting political opponents? He doesn't know the importance of using subtle methods in de-radicalizing the boko haram members. Anyway I don't blame him since he has and operates with analogue brains.

^^^

The poster above is taking Wailing to greater heights grin grin

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by francizy(m): 12:58pm On Oct 07, 2015
The government's only concern is releasing suspect boko haram members.. Whatever you mean by de-radicalizing them, he doesn't understand.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by iyke926(m): 12:58pm On Oct 07, 2015
All we want is peace.
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by phemmyutd(m): 12:58pm On Oct 07, 2015
What was her achievement since she have been in that Post

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by baralatie(m): 12:59pm On Oct 07, 2015
SenseiX:
Fears for Nigeria's counter-radicalisation programme as British-trained head is ousted

----- Removal of ex-NHS psychologist Fatima Akilu sparks concerns that UK and EU-funded programme may be mothballed


The future of a UK-backed programme to de-radicalise Boko Haram Islamists in Nigeria is in doubt after the British-trained expert who set it up was abruptly sacked by the country's new government.
Fatima Akilu, an NHS-trained psychologist who was educated at a boarding school in Kent, set up a pioneering national scheme to rehabilitate Boko Haram members and spread counter-extremist messages.
The first such scheme of its kind in Nigeria, it was hailed as a key plank in the government's long-term strategy to tackle Boko Haram, who are blamed for the deaths of 10,000 people across northern Nigeria in the past five years.
Two weeks ago, however, Ms Akilu was removed from her post as part of a clear-out of the entire top tier of the country's national security agency by its new head, retired Major General Babagana Monguno. He was appointed by president Muhammadu Buhari, the ex-general who swept to power in May's elections.



Ms Akilu has now been replaced by a colonel in the military, robbing the programme not only of its chief architect but also its civilian face. The programme had been designed to be civilian-led so as to have greater success in winning the confidence of insurgents. It had been funded by the EU to the tune of £5.6 million and an unknown amount by the UK.
There are concerns now that without its original backer, the scheme may end up being quietly sidelined, depriving Nigeria of its only counter-extremism scheme. A source close to the government told the Telegraph: "The decision to remove Fatima came without any warning and now she has been replaced by a military man that nobody has heard of.
"Her staff are not happy about what has happened, and many are considering whether to stay or not."

The question marks over the programme come as Boko Haram continues to pose a major threat to Nigeria, despite Mr Buhari's pledges to crush it. On Monday, the group claimed responsibility for multiple suicide bombings over the weekend that killed 18 people around the capital, Abuja.


Ms Akilu, who was educated at the Beechwood Sacred Heart boarding school in Tunbridge Wells, set up the scheme last year at the invitation of Mohammad Sambo Dasuki, a national security adviser under the previous president, Goodluck Jonathan.
She had previously been working as a children's author and adviser to troubled teenagers, but caught Mr Dasuki's attention after writing a series of articles on the importance of education in drawing Nigerian youngsters away from trouble.

The programme focused partly on educating young Nigerians about the dangers of radicalisation in the first place, and also on trying to rehabilitate the thousands of Boko Haram suspects already in jail. Suspects would be challenged by imams on their radical views, and also given access to sports facilities and classes in computing and craft skills.
It was considered to be innovative in Nigeria, where "hearts and minds" has never been a strong aspect of counter-terrorism strategy.

A still from a video released by extremist group Boko Haram Photo: AFP/Getty Images
"The project was just beginning to bear fruit," said the source. "At first the Boko Haram prisoners wouldn't even talk to us, but we had reached the point where both were at least taking part in the programme. Some of the ex-commanders were even telling us about other commanders in other jails that might also be persuaded to take part."
News of Ms Akilu's removal first emerged on social media in Nigeria, and has been the subject of much speculation since. Some believe that Mr Buhari, who was elected on pledges to take a tough approach with Boko Haram, is not convinced that "softer" strategies work. Others say he may not even have been aware of her removal.
Another theory is that she was the victim of score settling between the Jonathan and Buhari camps, which date back to Mr Buhari's brief time as military ruler of Nigeria in the mid-1980s. Ms Akilu's ex-boss, Mr Dasuki, is said to have been among a team of soldiers who arrested Mr Buhari shortly after his overthrow that year.
This summer, three of Mr Dasuki's houses were raided on suspicion that he was involved in "undermining" national security, leading to him eventually being charged with possession of an unlicensed pistol. The Nigerian government denies that there has been any kind of witch hunt.

A Western official linked Ms Akilu's removal to the wider clear-out in the NSA, but said there had been problems with the programme in the first place. "Fatima set the programme up and had a lot of good ideas, but there were some shortcomings, partly in her team's own capacity to run it, and partly in the lack of buy-in from the Nigerian military, who at the end of day need to be onside for this kind of thing.
"We hope that the programme will continue, and that this can become an opportunity to get more buy-in from the military and make it better than it was."
An EU source said: "We are maintaining close contact with the office of the national security adviser staff and with the technical assistants working on the EU funded activities to evaluate the impact of the recent staff changes."
The Nigerian government did not respond to requests for comment.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/nigeria/11915708/Fears-for-Nigerias-counter-radicalisation-programme-as-British-trained-head-is-ousted.html
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I had to bookmark this

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Panelbeater(m): 12:59pm On Oct 07, 2015
Body Odour

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by francizy(m): 12:59pm On Oct 07, 2015
warrior01:
What do you expect from an illiterate president who thinks fight corruption is witch hunting political opponents? He doesn't know the importance of using subtle methods in de-radicalizing the boko haram members. Anyway I don't blame him since he has and operates with analogue brains.

Muhehehehe, analogue brains better pass him own.. grin

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Monalisa185(f): 1:00pm On Oct 07, 2015
D
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by DaFlash: 1:00pm On Oct 07, 2015
I dont trust brits, the guy is a double agent for the brits selling intels to them for peanaut seems we dont value INTEL here in nigeria if not boko boys would have been history thanks to a smart presido he understands that. SAI BABA.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by baralatie(m): 1:02pm On Oct 07, 2015
mathdiva:
its because she is a woman grin grin grin grin
no!if you studied PMB antecedents on the b.h insurgencies and his strategies.this action is not surprising.
PMB is making errors along his antecedencies and it is costing him the battle against b.h. or it can be said the b.h sect are taken advantage!

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by dalynch(f): 1:02pm On Oct 07, 2015
I dnt even know what to say , infact am hungry.
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by stjsd(m): 1:03pm On Oct 07, 2015
let the so call UK and co leave Nigeria alone and tackle their own problem

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by Bobnotrouble: 1:03pm On Oct 07, 2015
SenseiX:
Fears for Nigeria's counter-radicalisation programme as British-trained head is ousted

----- Removal of ex-NHS psychologist Fatima Akilu sparks concerns that UK and EU-funded programme may be mothballed


The future of a UK-backed programme to de-radicalise Boko Haram Islamists in Nigeria is in doubt after the British-trained expert who set it up was abruptly sacked by the country's new government.
Fatima Akilu, an NHS-trained psychologist who was educated at a boarding school in Kent, set up a pioneering national scheme to rehabilitate Boko Haram members and spread counter-extremist messages.
The first such scheme of its kind in Nigeria, it was hailed as a key plank in the government's long-term strategy to tackle Boko Haram, who are blamed for the deaths of 10,000 people across northern Nigeria in the past five years.
Two weeks ago, however, Ms Akilu was removed from her post as part of a clear-out of the entire top tier of the country's national security agency by its new head, retired Major General Babagana Monguno. He was appointed by president Muhammadu Buhari, the ex-general who swept to power in May's elections.



Ms Akilu has now been replaced by a colonel in the military, robbing the programme not only of its chief architect but also its civilian face. The programme had been designed to be civilian-led so as to have greater success in winning the confidence of insurgents. It had been funded by the EU to the tune of £5.6 million and an unknown amount by the UK.
There are concerns now that without its original backer, the scheme may end up being quietly sidelined, depriving Nigeria of its only counter-extremism scheme. A source close to the government told the Telegraph: "The decision to remove Fatima came without any warning and now she has been replaced by a military man that nobody has heard of.
"Her staff are not happy about what has happened, and many are considering whether to stay or not."

The question marks over the programme come as Boko Haram continues to pose a major threat to Nigeria, despite Mr Buhari's pledges to crush it. On Monday, the group claimed responsibility for multiple suicide bombings over the weekend that killed 18 people around the capital, Abuja.


Ms Akilu, who was educated at the Beechwood Sacred Heart boarding school in Tunbridge Wells, set up the scheme last year at the invitation of Mohammad Sambo Dasuki, a national security adviser under the previous president, Goodluck Jonathan.
She had previously been working as a children's author and adviser to troubled teenagers, but caught Mr Dasuki's attention after writing a series of articles on the importance of education in drawing Nigerian youngsters away from trouble.

The programme focused partly on educating young Nigerians about the dangers of radicalisation in the first place, and also on trying to rehabilitate the thousands of Boko Haram suspects already in jail. Suspects would be challenged by imams on their radical views, and also given access to sports facilities and classes in computing and craft skills.
It was considered to be innovative in Nigeria, where "hearts and minds" has never been a strong aspect of counter-terrorism strategy.

A still from a video released by extremist group Boko Haram Photo: AFP/Getty Images
"The project was just beginning to bear fruit," said the source. "At first the Boko Haram prisoners wouldn't even talk to us, but we had reached the point where both were at least taking part in the programme. Some of the ex-commanders were even telling us about other commanders in other jails that might also be persuaded to take part."
News of Ms Akilu's removal first emerged on social media in Nigeria, and has been the subject of much speculation since. Some believe that Mr Buhari, who was elected on pledges to take a tough approach with Boko Haram, is not convinced that "softer" strategies work. Others say he may not even have been aware of her removal.
Another theory is that she was the victim of score settling between the Jonathan and Buhari camps, which date back to Mr Buhari's brief time as military ruler of Nigeria in the mid-1980s. Ms Akilu's ex-boss, Mr Dasuki, is said to have been among a team of soldiers who arrested Mr Buhari shortly after his overthrow that year.
This summer, three of Mr Dasuki's houses were raided on suspicion that he was involved in "undermining" national security, leading to him eventually being charged with possession of an unlicensed pistol. The Nigerian government denies that there has been any kind of witch hunt.

A Western official linked Ms Akilu's removal to the wider clear-out in the NSA, but said there had been problems with the programme in the first place. "Fatima set the programme up and had a lot of good ideas, but there were some shortcomings, partly in her team's own capacity to run it, and partly in the lack of buy-in from the Nigerian military, who at the end of day need to be onside for this kind of thing.
"We hope that the programme will continue, and that this can become an opportunity to get more buy-in from the military and make it better than it was."
An EU source said: "We are maintaining close contact with the office of the national security adviser staff and with the technical assistants working on the EU funded activities to evaluate the impact of the recent staff changes."
The Nigerian government did not respond to requests for comment.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/nigeria/11915708/Fears-for-Nigerias-counter-radicalisation-programme-as-British-trained-head-is-ousted.html
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Wailing wailers manifesting in different shapes and forms like Amoeba.
All the efforts always end in futility.
Keep wailing sha. The society can't do without clowns.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by dejavooooo(m): 1:06pm On Oct 07, 2015
warrior01:
What do you expect from an illiterate president who thinks the fight against corruption is by witch hunting political opponents? He doesn't know the importance of using subtle methods in de-radicalizing the boko haram members. Anyway I don't blame him since he has and operates with analogue brains.

Well done
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by stanech: 1:07pm On Oct 07, 2015
I will ensure that sharia spreads to all corners of Nigeria - Buhari

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by delta234: 1:08pm On Oct 07, 2015
Sacking and firing without thinking things through.
Very soon now, they will reverse this rash decision.

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Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by kelvyn7(m): 1:09pm On Oct 07, 2015
shocked
Re: Britain Worried Over Buhari's Sack Of Dr Akilu In NSA's Office- UK Telegraph by omonnakoda: 1:10pm On Oct 07, 2015
Is she a spy ?

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