Niger Repub­lic group claims B/Haram links

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There is nowhere in the world where govern­ment is seen ne­go­ti­at­ing with ter­ror­ists for the fol­low­ing rea­sons: 1. They will al­ways come back to rene­go­ti­ate when­ever what­ever you of­fer has been ex­hausted. 2. It could give birth to an­other group with the hope that af­ter caus­ing trou­bles and de­struc­tions, govern­ment will call them to the round­table to ne­go­ti­ate with them. Any per­son seen ne­go­ti­at­ing with any ter­ror­ist is ei­ther a mem­ber of the ter­ror­ist group or a clue­less in­di­vid­ual. Please, fight the in­sur­gents and en­sure they are com­pletely elim­i­nated. If you don’t have the re­sources, please seek help from

the western world.

Ibrahim

the­mer­ci­ful@ya­hoo.com ************************************ This is no time for jokes, be­cause at mo­ments like this, what we need is na­tional unity. This is not the time to be for or against Jonathan. Pol­i­tics can­not be ev­ery­thing and ev­ery­thing can­not be pol­i­tics. We have a com­mon en­emy com­ing at us. No­body is safe. Mus­lims, Chris­tians, Hausa, Fu­lani, Ijaw, Igbo, Yoruba, Ngas, Ka­nuri... ev­ery­body is at risk. Boko Haram is blind.

Dan­ladee

dan­ladee@ya­hoo.co.uk

Dr. Baraka Sani

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