The British Zoo Named Nigeria: 800 Captured Terrorist to be integrated to the Society

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See what an insider from Nigeria posted on facebook: No less than 800 Boko Haram members are already undergoing vocational training in the form of Amnesty in different part of the north. In a programme coordinated by the office of the Chief of Defence Staff, over 800 ‘repented’ boko Haram members are in an Amnesty programme and after the vocational training, they shall be released into the society. That was the plan all along. I wonder the kind of country Nigeria is. Someone takes up arms against his country, starts bombarding innocent women and children and when you catch him, you forgive him and give him a vocational training. After that, you release him and he would use the training he acquired to join Boko Haram again and attack the country in a more sophisticated way. While Chad and Cameroun are executing these terrorists, Nigeria is forgiving them. Releasing them into the society just like that, no punishment for their crimes, no mental check on them to determine their sanity, releasing brainwashed religious kleptomaniacs into the society just like that. Hmmm Last week Boko Haram killed 30 people and they are still killing. For those who think that if it was done for the Niger Delta boys, it should be done for Boko Haram, they should think twice. You cannot equate the Niger Delta struggle to Boko Haram terrorism. The creek boys were fighting for a justifiable cause while Boko Haram was fighting for the Islamization of Nigeria. Nothing more. A sane govt would have crushed Boko Haram and not reward those caught with Amnesty. This is an insult to all peace loving persons in the north who resisted the urge to join Boko Haram and levy war against Nigeria. This is an insult to all those who lost wives, children and relations as a result of Boko Haram attacks. Nigeria can only grow if justice is secured. And justice must be for the victims of the Boko Haram attacks. If those who kill for no justifiable cause are rewarded by the Nigerian state, whence then is justice?

 

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