How Shi’ite Group Gave Birth To Boko Haram In 1997? (Must Read)

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A shocking revelation has emerged on how the Islamic Movement in Nigeria popularly known as Shi’ite gave birth to the Boko Haram insurgency in the country in 1997.

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Shiite Muslims, Boko HaramAccording to The Nation, the disclosure was brought to light by Muhammad Idris, the president of the Human Rights on Non-Violent Initiative, a civil society organisation.

He said: “Boko Haram started by the Shi’ite group in 1997. The Shi’ite group is the source of Boko Haram if you go back in history, it is documented, some of them fled to Maidiguri, hid somewhere and regrouped where they later became a terror, fighting government and killing both civilians and military, destroying property and raping innocent women.

“I as an indigene of Borno state from the town of Maidiguri can say that, the change we have seen in our area with the coming of the present administration is more than 100 per cent and the Nigerian Army deserves a Diamond medal.

“What happened in Zaria, Kaduna state, is a proven testimony that the military has the adequate intelligence and more information about happenings in the country. Any group who does what the Shi’ite did is not threading the part to peace and progress of this country.

“We as Nigerians, are under one constitution‎, the Shi’ite group were trying to create violence when they attcked the convoy of the COAS and we appreciate the quick action taken by the Nigerian Army and pray that the group is brought under control because we believe our country is now on focus.

“”We support and throw our weight behind the military authority on any action they decide to take against the Shi’ite or another other group aiming to bridge the peace and unity in the country.

“Before Lieutenant General Tukur Buruti came, Boko Haram were everywhere, if you are a father, you are afraid for your daughter, a husband will see his wife being taken away by members of Boko Haram but has no right to stop them for fear of his life, but with the coming of the present administration, Boko Haram is gradually become past tense and are winning the war against terrorism.”

The group is throwing its weight behind the Nigerian Army which has come under severe attacks in recent times over alleged violation of human rights in the role played to contain the recent clash with Shi’ite members in Zaria.



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