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BREAKING: BOKO HARAM LEADER, SHEKAU WARNS BUHARI NOT TO VISIT MAIDUGURI AGAIN; LISTS CONDITIONS FOR THE RELEASE OF THE REMAINING CHIBOK GIRLS

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Joseph Omoniyi

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Factional leader of the Boko Haram insurgents, Abubakar Shekau has issued a threat to President Muhammadu Buhari, warning him to stay away from Borno.

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In a newly released video, Shekau listed conditions for the release of the Chibok girls in their captivity, adding that there would be more attacks if Buhari visits Maiduguri again.

This is coming after the President embarked on a sympathy visit to the area yesterday after the Boko Haram attacked villagers and travellers in Maiduguri killing 30 persons on Sunday. His visit was almost immediately followed by another attack by the insurgents, killing seven people.

Shekau added that Buhari should desist from pretending to be a just leader;

“Buhari came to Maiduguri pretending to be a good man but he is not. He shouldn’t try to return to Maiduguri again.

“Buhari, fear your Creator. God said you don’t have up to a spider’s web. But you think you are a major general. l swear, you are nothing. Buhari, I am talking to you, you’ll know no peace. Don’t come back to Maiduguri.

“Just go and sit down and think over my comments. And if u think I am the one disrupting your affairs, honestly I am not. You have deceived the people by telling them you are a just leader; carry on!”

Speaking on Chibok girls, Shekau said, “Those shouting Bring Back Our Girls, Bring Back Our Girls, the only way to have those girls back is for our men in prison to be released.”

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