AljazirahNigeria reveals damaging report on Boko Haram, IPOB, Shiites movement

AljazirahNigeria reveals damaging report on Boko Haram, IPOB, Shiites movement

By Gbenga Odunsi, Abuja

AljazirahNigeria has revealed damaging report on the activities of secessionist groups in Nigeria. This investigative report took AljazirahNigeria eight months to complete. It is a 240-page independent report of Boko Haram, IPOB, and Shiites.

The aim of this investigative report is to help find solution to terrorism and insurgency including pockets of violence from different regions in Nigeria. This book will further help government to understand the happenings and the way.

This book is free, it cannot be bought, it cannot be sold.

There is no doubt that Nigeria is currently facing threats from various criminal groups that is clearly derailing its difficult but promising journey towards prosperity

Some months ago, a report emanated from the Office of the National Security Adviser (NSA) to President Muhammadu Buhari and it declared secessionist agitation groups like the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) as a threat to the nation’s security.

Other groups declared as enemies of the state are Boko Haram terrorists, Niger Delta militants, Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN or the Shiite group), Muslim Brotherhood, The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, armed herdsmen, cattle rustling and gun running syndicates.

The problems are a complex blend of social, political, ethnic, legal and constitutional problems which now bedevil the country in proportions never before experienced in the turbulent and checkered history of this potentially great nation. There is now a dangerous escalation of terrorist campaigns with all the hallmarks of insurgency.

Nigeria is at the moment at a crossroads. Boko Haram terrorists, Niger Delta militants, Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN or the Shiite group), IPOB armed herdsmen, cattle rustling and gun running syndicates are all the indicators of a failing state.

This report recommends effective strategies anchored on peace and conflict resolution initiatives to complement other measures towards ending insurgency and secessionist groups in Nigeria

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