Boko Haram Leader Shekau Gives Warning To Attack Buhari If He Ever Visit Borno State
Feb. 13, 2020
In another video discharged, Boko Haram pioneer, Abubakar Shekau, could be seen taking steps to assault President Muhammadu Buhari on the off chance that he visits Maiduguri, Borno State, once more.
Buhari had visited the disturbed city on Wednesday to identify with the state over the killing of at any rate 30 people on Sunday by fear based oppressors in the town of Auno.
Be that as it may, not long after his visit to the state, Boko Haram agitators struck once more, executing a few people simultaneously.
Shekau, in the most recent video where he additionally recorded conditions for the arrival of the remaining Chibok school young ladies, cautioned that Buhari would be assaulted on the off chance that he visited Maiduguri once more.
He stated, "Buhari came to Maiduguri claiming to be a decent man however he isn't. He shouldn't attempt to come back to Maiduguri once more.
"Buhari, dread your Maker. God said you don't have up to a cobweb's. Yet, you think you are a significant general. l swear, you are nothing. Buhari, I am conversing with you, you'll know no harmony. Try not to return to Maiduguri.
"Simply proceed to plunk down and thoroughly consider my remarks. What's more, if u think I am the one upsetting your undertakings, sincerely I am most certainly not. You have beguiled the individuals by disclosing to them you are an equitable pioneer; continue!"
Talking on Chibok young ladies, Shekau stated, "Those yelling Present to Back Our Young ladies, Present to Back Our Young ladies, the best way to have those young ladies back is for our men in jail to be discharged."
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