Information available to 247ureports.com through sources within the ranks of the Islamic terrorist group, the Boko Haram, indicates that the Islamic group has regrouped to launch new attacks against the federal institutions of the federal republic of Nigeria and her affiliates across the Nation and West Africa throughout the ECOWAS community. This is following the aborted attempt at a peace dialogue between the security operatives of the federal government and the agents of the Islamic terrorist group.
As gathered, he Islamic group has beefed up its arsenal through its sponsors from within the country and within the international community. The aim of the coming attacks is reported to be to expose the weaknesses of the Christian leadership of Nigeria to the international community. According to a source who spoke to our correspondent on the telephone, the group was pleased with its success rate with attacks carried out throughout the period covering from November 2011 till date – and has opted to increase the intensity and capacity of the attacks – to catch the attention of the western communities.
In particular, the leadership of Boko Haram was reported to have been angered by the public statements of the Jonathan administration over the containment of the group and the end of Boko Haram come June 2012. The Federal Minister of Defense had on Easter Day stated that the Islamic group has been contained -and has long been rendered too weak to act. This statement was followed by President Jonathan’s statement in Seoul that the group will be history by June 2012.
Angered, the leadership of the Islamic group has activated its sleeper cells – reportedly scattered around the country. Some of the sleeper cells are said to housed within the Nigerian police force throughout the states of the federation, including the federal capital territory.
One of the leaders categorically told 247ureports.com that the new wave of attacks will begin “next week”.