Jonathan, this is not the time to wait for UN and other foreign countries.  Instead of wiping out those communities that harbor Boko Haram, you are busy prosecuting security personnel who carried out the job they were assigned to do in Maiduguri.  What is happening now is what you get when you don't act.  Odi people contributed oil to Nigeria and got nothing, when they asked for a piece of it, President Obasanjo wiped them out of the earth.  Zaki Ibiam people did not want their neighbors to rest, Obasanjo wiped them out.  Jonathan, what are you waiting for in wiping out  Boko Haram and their sponsors among the Northern elite.  Even Niger Delta Militants what are you waiting for in bombing the facilities of Northerners anywhere in Nigeria so that they would call their Boko Haram Agents to order.  My final word though is that the is time is up for the falsehood called Nigeria.

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Its this this kind of SENTIMENTAL DISPLAYS that gets us no where in our seach for a better Nigeria and no SANE Leader would buy your line of ARGUMENT. Agreed it a tough time and the authority should not allow it to take a deeper root but we can't get out of it that way.
Your approach is too crude. While we acknowledge the lapses of GEJ govt we should advocate for more subtle means to fight the group.
Can you point out  a single Boko Haram member? They have infiltrated our security agencies, our civil service and even our markets.  The makes flushing them out more difficult.  I am not sure you are asking Jonathan to kill Innocent people in an attempt to get at the members of the organization.  Dealing with Boko Haram demands utmost care and discretion.  It requires more intelligence work that physical combat.
You know it is very easy to apportion blames on the leader but when we are saddled with similar responsibilities, we soon discover a lot of things are easier said than done.

edward agbomi said:
Its this this kind of SENTIMENTAL DISPLAYS that gets us no where in our seach for a better Nigeria and no SANE Leader would buy your line of ARGUMENT. Agreed it a tough time and the authority should not allow it to take a deeper root but we can't get out of it that way.

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