It is evidently clear that the Nigerian army has been defeated by a well trained, coordinated and determined Islamic terrorists called Boko Haram. These dreaded terrorists take great pleasure slaughtering the personnel of the Nigerian military and looking at the various scenes of action, you definitely cannot hold back your tears. To worsen the already bad situation, the Nigerian government and the media outlets keep hiding these atrocious and gruesome killings from the general public.
It should be stated here that presently, the Northern part of Nigeria has come under the total control of these Islamic terrorists. The Nigerian government intently handed the military over to Boko Haram based on secret Islamic deal and agenda, by steadily recruiting their so-called repentant terrorists into Nigeria military.
The Yoruba nation in their smartness, with the support of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo seeing the looming danger targeted against their people, rapidly called for emergency meeting of all the South-West governors irrespective of political party affiliations and collectively set up “Amotekun” Security Outfit for the protection of their own people. Communicating with some entrapped Nigerian military personnel in the North, they stated that the military has been totally overpowered by the Boko Haram terrorists. They revealed in confidence that some of the military commanders are directly working with the terrorists and this has made their fight against insurgency very complicated, suicidal and unabated.
The only group of people that are yet playing politics with the security and protection of their own whose security is their responsibility, are the South-East governors. They are yet speaking from both sides of their mouths instead of putting up modalities in their own area that will checkmate the activities of these killers. Nigeria is presently being encircled by these dare-devil Islamic terrorists and the killing of mostly innocent Christian population, will mercilessly intensify in coming weeks and months.
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media