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Boko Haram’s Abdul Qaqah Still Alive, Boko Haram Rejects Dialogue



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Information available to 247ureports.com through sources within the ranks of the Islamic terrorist group, the Boko Haram reveals that the new spokesperson for the Islamic group, Abdul Qaqah [2] may have not been murdered as widely reported in the Nigerian print and electronic media.

According to the previously published information, Abdul Qaqah was murdered by the Islamic group while in Kaduna – where he lived and operated as a tailor. But highly credible source within the Islamic sect reveals that the Islamic sect had not murdered the spokesperson of the group. It was revealed that Abdul Qaqah was in Bauchi State on Sunday and Monday [April 15 and April 16] visiting some of the state government officials close to Governor Yuguda on business appointments. It was further gathered that Abdul Qaqah found the news of his death amusing – he compared it to the rumor of General Odimegwu Ojukwu’s death during the Nigerian invasion of Biafra.

“Abdul Qaqah [2] is alive and in Bauchi now” – said a source within the sect.

Meanwhile, available information further revealed that the Boko Haram sect has resolved to close all doors to dialogue with the federal government or agents representing the federal government. Citing the insincerity of the federal government and their agents, the men of Boko Haram revealed that the sect has been approached repeatedly by the agents of the federal government for talks – following the President’s declaration that Boko Haram will be history by June of 2012. The source made clear that the Islamic group is determined to significantly alter the demographics of the Nigerian population and landscape by July 2012.

It is not certain how the sect intends to achieve its goal but the handwriting on the wall is certain.

They pointed to the bomb attack in Kano as an indication of what will follow in the coming weeks – “it was a clear warning” for the infidels to leave and go home. “The police and army are afraid now” – stated the source who went on to explain that any resulting deaths of Christians will be on the “heads of the Nigerian security agents and not on Boko Haram’s head”.  The source pointed to the inconsistencies of the federal government as indicative of the nonchalant manner it has dealt with the threat of Boko Haram.They cited the defense minister’s utterance that the Boko Haram had been contained – which was then followed by another declaration by another government security agent [a couple of days later] that the federal government is at war with Boko Haram. A few days later, another federal government agent went public to plead for dialogue.

These Jonathan people are not serious. They don’t know Boko Haram” exclaimed the source.

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