Global Upfront Newspapers
Cover News

Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists attacks fueled by international “conspiracy” to “destabilise and dismember Nigeria”

The Nigerian Army on Wednesday said that but for the international conspiracy to “cut Nigeria to size,” the Boko Haram/Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorism would have been defeated.

Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Sagir Musa, accused some unnamed international paymasters who are “making attempts to destabilise and dismember Nigeria” of sponsoring the terrorists.

Reacting to the killing of over 43 rice farmers and abduction of 10 women by terrorists in Zabarmari, Borno State on Saturday, Colonel Musa said in an article published on social media on Wednesday: “The recent killing of our people on a rice farm in Borno State was unexpected, inhuman, cowardly, dastardly and sadistic cruelty by the Boko Haram terrorists.

“There is no normal human being that will take pleasure in such inhuman massacre of defenceless and armless civilians, working on their farms; but that is the nature of terrorism and those who sponsor it.

“There is an international conspiracy to cut Nigeria to size and compromise national renegades making attempts to destabilise and dismember Nigeria if possible in subservience to the international paymasters, who are the owners of Boko Haram.

“They train them, arm them, finance them and supply their logistics.” https://frontend.1worldonline.com/widget/smart3-56057578.html#!/widget/9b0ba25c-5faa-433c-af72-a94897eb2780&type=widget&code=9b0ba25c-5faa-433c-af72-a94897eb2780&mode=smart3&token=9b0ba25c-5faa-433c-af72-a94897eb2780-1&location=https%3A%2F%2Fpunchng.com%2Fboko-haram-attacks-sponsored-by-international-community-to-destabilise-nigeria-army%2F about:blank

Advertize With Us

See Also:

WHO launch campaign to “stop tobacco industry exploitation of children and young people”

Global Upfront

Nigeria to provide logistics support for distributing procured and donated COVID-19 medical equipment to ECOWAS member States

Global Upfront

African countries making great strides in tackling tax evasion and money laundering, says 2020 Tax Transparency in Africa report

Global Upfront

Nigeria’s Sinach becomes first African to top Billboard USA Christian songwriters chart

Global Upfront

Update on Military Operations Between January 7-13, 2021

Global Upfront

Canada denied landing rights to Nigeria’s emergency evacuation flight – Minister

Global Upfront

‘He just says it as it is’: Why many Nigerians support Donald Trump

Global Upfront

“We certainly will not inflict hardship on our people,” says FG of the Fuel/Electricity Price Hikes

Global Upfront

Navy, NIMASA partner on harmonized training procedures for improved maritime security

Global Upfront

Nigerian Institute of Physics rubbish claims 5G causing Coronavirus

Global Upfront

This website uses Cookies to improve User experience. We assume this is OK...If not, please opt-out! Accept Read More