SSS faces ques­tions over jail­break deaths

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I am happy that Nige­ri­ans are be­gin­ning to learn and fully un­der­stand about false flag and other cover-up op­er­a­tions which un­til now were known only to few per­son­al­i­ties in our so­cio-po­lit­i­cal his­tory. Thanks to the con­tri­bu­tions of our me­dia which pur­sue in­ves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ism more than ever be­fore. In­deed, the com­ment made by the gover­nor of Benue State on NTA yes­ter­day about in­sur­gency in his state is enough for ev­ery­one to stop de­ceiv­ing him­self about in­se­cu­rity in the coun­try any­more.

Sule Mo­hammed

mam­baru­ba­ture@ya­hoo.com ****************************

For now, that’s what they said. Let the govern­ment do its work. We should en­cour­age our govern­ment no mat­ter who is there for our own good, in­stead of all those neg­a­tive sec­tional spec­u­la­tive opin­ions. If we don’t work with those serv­ing to­day, those com­ing in fu­ture will suf­fer same fate. Let’s work, not talk.

Mag

Magchi­som6@gmail.com ****************************

How about the de­tailed list of all those killed to be­gin with and where and for what of­fence they were ar­rested? Emm, we need

their pic­tures as well!

Aminu Baba

amin­uba­bane@gmail.com ****************************

Cover-up! They were just scared their fa­cil­ity will be in­vaded by the Boko Haram and the in­mates re­leased like it hap­pened at Giwa Bar­racks. Thus they made up the story. We are too smart to be fooled.

Brian

af­riman007@ya­hoo.com We need real man for real task. Those jostling for the seat (of Kano gov­er­nor­ship) should pre­pare for a big chal­lenge; Kwankwasiyya is post­ing a huge legacy.

Haruna Ja­maare Mo­hammed

shehi76@ya­hoo.com **************************** I choose Abba Kabir, the name sounds young and it will be vi­brant. The rest are all good but it’s like they are ei­ther old or very old.

Okanayo

sam­bona­madi@ya­hoo.com

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