Monday, 30 April 2018

Under Jonathan's Regime, Boko Haram Used To Stroll Into Abuja At Will - Lai Mohammed


The former All Progressives Congress's (APC's) publicity secretary and d current minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, revealed that during the regime of the immediate past president, Goodluck Jonathan, Book Haram members strolled into Abuja at will and committed all kinds of evil. Mohammed made this known when he spoke with journalists after a tour of major media houses in the US.

The minister was in the US last week and he seized the opportunity to pay visit to major media houses in the country.

Lai Mohammed who spoke with the newsmen said the present day government has defeated the Book Haram to a large extent compared to the last government, saying that their activities have been seriously reduced.

"When the government says Bojo Haram is defeated, it is from the context of what it was when it came in and what we are today. People have forgotten that less than three or your years ago, people in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, could not sleep with their two eyes closed. That four years ago, the insurgents used to stroll into Abuja at will and no building was sacred to them. I mean they were so bold they attacked the force headquarters. They attacked the UN headquarters, they attacked the attacked newspaper head office, Nyanya Motor Park, was attacked twice and states andvtown s like Suleja, Kano, Sokoto, Kogi, Borno, were game for them. So, when we say we have defeated Book Haram, it is precisely what we mean. Today, night life has returned to Maiduguri weekly football leagues are being played in Maiduguri, schools have been reopened , roads have been reopened. It was a far cry from when we went in 2015 because between Bama and Maiduguri where we went to, there was no singular vehicle on the road. " Mohammed said. 

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