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Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Boko Haram taunts army: Your 40 days over but we’re still in Sambisa forest

Boko Haram has taunted the Nigerian Army, saying it is observing Sallah in Sambisa forest after the 40-day final offer issued for the catching of Abubakar Shekau, its leader. In July, Tukur Buratai, Chief of Army Staff, had given a 40-day final proposal to his men to either catch or kill Shekau. Be that as it may, the due date go with no achievement. Boko Haram part Shuaibu Moni, one of the officers of the order who was swapped with 82 Chibok young ladies in May, showed up in a video insulting the military and issuing dangers to Nigerian experts. He stated: "We have watched the Eid-el-Kabir supplications calmly with our siblings, spouses and kids in Sambisa timberland under the initiative of Abu-Muhammad - Ibn-Mahammad Abubakar Shekau. "We express gratitude toward Almighty Allah for saving our lives to witness this extremely great day and great condition of wellbeing. We need to tell the heathens of the world, unbelievers in Nigeria and even little ants like Buhari and his assault canines like Kukasheka and Buratai who gave 40-day final offer to kill our pioneer, Abubakar Shekau that here we are observing Sallah in Sambisa. "I likewise need them to realize that executing Shekau is not the finish of us. With or without Shekau Boko Haram will remain. They should know we love God and Shekau is just driving us on the way of administration to the Lord." "They should realize that similarly as they are offering requests to their military to attack our camps; we are additionally sitting tight for Shekau's requests to attack their dormitory, towns and urban areas at any giving time. "I have said it earlier and you have seen what I have done. I am not influencing vacant to clamor; I figure you know who is conversing with you, this is 'Moni'. You have seen what we did in the college and the city of Maiduguri and different spots." "We mean all that we are stating, and you should hold up we are coming after you. We will never discourse with the legislature."