Boko Haram Threatens To Capture President Buhari In New Video

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The Boko Haram terrorist group has released a new video purportedly shot on Eid-el-Kabir day.

In the video which was posted on YouTube, the group said it wanted to send out a message that it remained a strong force.

A narrator, speaking in Hausa, said the video was shot somewhere in Borno State, North east Nigeria, where the sect has its base.

The clip shows suspected terrorists praying on what the narrator said is an Eid ground on Sallah day.

Abubakar Shekau, leader of the Boko Haram sect did not appear in the video, but the narrator said his deputy, whose name was not mentioned, represented him at the gathering.

The narrator threatened to capture President Muhammadu Buhari, calling him a non – believer and restating terrorist group’s determination to continue its jihad against Nigeria.

“This is our eid prayer from us and by the support of our leader Imam Abubakar Al-Shekau. We are extending our greetings to our people and fighters,” the Narrator said.

“Message to the infidels and the leader of the entire infidels (kafir) who is the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, that he should know we are very strong and doing very good.

“By the will of Allah under the leadership of our leader (Shekau) will capture Buhari with our hands,” the group said.






     

     

    Exactly one month ago, the Boko Haram terrorist group released a video clip, purportedly showing some of the kidnapped Chibok School girls and saying that the rest had been killed during an aerial bombardment by the Nigerian military.

    The narrator also said the group would be willing to release the Chibok girls on the condition that its fighters in government detention were released.

    Only a few days ago, rumours broke out on social media that the federal government had already commenced a prisoner swap with the sect with the release of one of the sect’s leaders, Kabiru Sokoto, who was handed a life sentence for masterminding the Christmas Day bombing in 2013.

    Nigerian Prison Authorities, however, said the reports were not true as Sokoto was still in  custody.

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