F.G to negotiate amnesty with the boko haram sect, but do they have leaders ready for negotiation or are our northern leaders saying they could stand in for the micreants which they earlier claimed they know nothing of their recent IED detonations and arsons...

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Some of them are the brains behind BOKO Haram, so they can stand in for them.

I think you have a point

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:

Some of them are the brains behind BOKO Haram, so they can stand in for them.

Hmmm, L.O.L. Really funny, its a booby trap.
Let's watch and see how it goes.

Okolobah Efe Michael said:
Hmmm, L.O.L. Really funny, its a booby trap.
Some so called ex-millitia took to the streets with 'soul our soul' saying they need training time extention and job placements....claiming that election activities snowballed into their training sessions.....what if unemployed graduates adopt same ,telling nigeria that they have spent several years at home, will the presidency take it as a matter of urgency the way that of the millitants would be treated?
Unemployment is a serious issue that is supposed to receive urgent attention from the government.  However I don't expect the unemployed to follow the path of militants because they are products of two different environments.

Jacob Itoro-obong said:
Some so called ex-millitia took to the streets with 'soul our soul' saying they need training time extention and job placements....claiming that election activities snowballed into their training sessions.....what if unemployed graduates adopt same ,telling nigeria that they have spent several years at home, will the presidency take it as a matter of urgency the way that of the millitants would be treated?

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