Amnesty To Boko Haram: Lawyer Asks Court To Stop Jonathan

03 May


I may be vilified for this but I am one of those who strongly feel President Yaradua of blessed memory set the whole nation on a slippery slope when he granted MEND (Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta) amnesty. In addition to that, a Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs was set up (the purpose of which I still do not know and it is not for want of adequate research). Then there is the derivation fund, NDDC Niger Delta Development Commission), and so on, and yet it is still not enough.

The wrong message has been sent to the rest of the country. After amnesty has been granted Boko Haram, the next well organized part of the country will commence its own brand of agitations. Is Nigeria’s government suggesting to us that for governance to be fully functional, we need to resort to arms in sections?…

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