Killing: Adamawa community petitions Jonathan, N/Assembly
The Army is not mad. He may have been one of the Boko Haram henchmen.
Mota Gur firstname.lastname@example.org ************************** What the community is saying in essence is that ‘we would rather have our brothers and sisters in Boko Haram than the Nigeria security officials coming to mess things up for us.’ Not a single person, including, the governors, traditional rulers and ordinary citizens have condemned the killers in their midst, that made the presence of the security agencies necessary. Rather, people in these three states focus their attacks and blames on the Nigeria security agencies, forgetting that they are the only communities in the nation that accommodate these jihadists and accept their mayhem on civilized and innocent people. Did Nigerian government send the Boko Haram to these communities or is it members of these communities that finance and support their fellow citizens to wage war of attrition on the rest of us in the name of Allah? We need honest answers, please.
The Mubi people must choose which side they belong to. Terrorists locate where they are welcomed and protected. Nobody from the governors, legislators, and citizens of the three states have condemned the actions of these Boko Harams for their atrocities in their communities; they rather love to blame Nigeria security as the course of their woes. To prove they are not the cause of the problem, they should make life difficult for their brothers and sisters in Boko Haram.