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Boko Haram’s recent attacks “are the last kicks of a dying horse” – Buhari Assures Nigerians

While commissioning the  Pulaaku Radio Station in Yola, Adamawa, President Muhammadu Buhari has reassured Nigerians that Boko Haram’s recent attacks are “the last kicks of a dying horse.”

The event which tooki place on Sunday, November 26th, had Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, representing the President

Lai said:

“Let me be clear, Boko Haram has been massively degraded and its surviving members put on the run. Instead of being hunters, they are now the hunted.

“In their desperation to stay relevant, they have resorted to the wicked and dastardly act of using innocent under-aged children to carry out suicide bomb attacks. What we are witnessing now are the last kicks of a dying horse.

“A dying horse manages to engage in some kicks. These kicks may be dangerous, but they don’t last long. Progressively, they become weaker and weaker until the horse finally gives up.’’

Adding that;

“It simply means that we need everyone to be involved in getting the necessary information to tackle the terrorists.

“They are not ghosts, and some of them live among us.

“We must all, therefore, support our gallant troops, many of whom have made the supreme sacrifice in this war, by providing information that can help rid our communities of terrorists.”


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