Ambassador Terence P. McCulley

Information recently made available to 247ureports.com through sources within the Islamic terrorist group, the Boko Haram indicates that the leadership of the group is uneasy with the proposed memorandum of understanding [MOU] between Nigerian and the United States of America over security concerns posed by the menace of Boko Haram.  As gathered, the leadership of the group has proclaimed that “we will murder the US Ambassador if the MOU is signed”.

“We know his house in Maitaima [in Abuja]. We know his vehicle and the time he leaves his house and the time he returns” stated the one of the leaders with the Islamic group who continued to elaborate that Nigeria will be making a grave error if it joins America in an “unholy marriage” to fight “our men”.

As part of the USA – Nigeria Binational commission, a working group drawn from the two nations met in Abuja January 23-24, 2012 “to find a way to bring peace to the north through both security and political responses and to work with the Nigerian government and others in the international community to promote greater economic development and long-term growth throughout northern Nigeria”. This is according to Victoria Nuland, Department Spokesperson, Office of the Spokesperson, Washington, DC.

Meanwhile, in a related development, the Boko Haram source revealed that the office of the National Security Adviser [NSA] to the President have opened a line of communication with the leaders of the group – and have met with three top ranking members of the group. In particular, the number 2, 3 and 4th rank members of the group were reported to have met with the NSA in Abuja recently.  The details of the discussion are not available to 247ureports.com.