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Boko Haram Republic: It Is 2014 And Nigeria Has Already Divided


Boko Haram Republic: It Is 2014 And Nigeria Has Already Divided

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Nov 1st, 2014  – Boko Haram Republic: It Is 2014 And Nigeria Has Already Divided 

The leadership of Nigeria by announcing a meaningless unilateral cessation of fire with Boko Haram terrorists succeeded in giving the terror organization unprecedented credibility. The terrorists now assumed a status as a “rebel” group with control of territory. From a group of bandits hanging out in Sambisa forest, Boko Haram has since April of this year, emerged and overrun and captured large chunks of the northeast.

Boko Haram Republic is established and continues to expand reducing the territory of Nigeria. The Nigerian leadership is excited with the results from systematically carving out Boko Haram Republic, an independent State for the President of Chad and Ali Modu Sheriff to manage in the farming fertile, oil rand uranium rich northeast; and to this effect have played all types of games including recently announcing the meaningless cessation of fire, to enable the success of this disintegration ploy.

Negotiations with terrorists; declarations of ceasefire’s, albeit, unilaterally, the request by the Nigerian government for sanctions on Boko Haram and the refusal of Nigeria to engage the terrorists and enable the arming of its citizens to defend themselves from the occupying terrorist forces who have been left to “govern” over 12 local governments, implies the establishment of an autonomous region and state from Nigeria’s former territorial boundaries. Boko Haram Republic is alive.

The prediction that Nigeria would divide by 2015 has indeed come to pass. While Nigerians eyes were focused elsewhere, expecting a disintegration to be initiated by unsatisfied players in the Southeastern aspects, the division was taking place in the northeast and most were oblivious to it.

The full boundaries of Boko Haram Republic are yet to be defined. One cannot yet determine how much of Nigeria’s territorial land President Goodluck Jonathan has agreed upon selling to new found terrorist nation.

French is likely to be the official language of this new state according to most analysts as most leaders of Boko Haram are agents from neighboring Frenc h nations- Cameroon, Chad and Niger and negotiations with the terrorist leadership of the new State has been taking place in Cameroon and Chad , coordinated by Idriss Deby, the President of Chad.

[About the author: Dr. Peregrino Brimah, ENDs]

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  1. Don Omoniyi

    November 1, 2014 at 6:41 PM

    It is the reality on ground now, these terrorists are gaining ground
    I pray they reach Aso rock on time may be they will act

  2. dk

    November 1, 2014 at 8:18 PM


  3. KEVIN

    November 1, 2014 at 9:06 PM


  4. Tboy

    November 1, 2014 at 9:40 PM

    ……No bi small thing O!

  5. ib

    November 1, 2014 at 9:43 PM

    fed…..ra govt should stop bokoharam 4 repu…,c what about the igbos

  6. OmoKehinde

    November 1, 2014 at 10:57 PM

    Some ignorant Nigerians believed that they will be better if Nigeria is divided into sub nations. The answer is capital”No”. Why? Even if God answer the prayers of those wishing for Nigeria to be divided into many nations, each nation will not be better off with the kinds of leaders/politicians we have at all levels of government. Our problem in Nigeria is leadership failures at all levels of government, people now enter politics as a means to make wealth through corruption, money laundering operations, embezzlement, mismanagement, and unpatriotic behaviors. Any country that has no respect for the rules of laws will not see any positive transformation no matter the amount of natural endowment in that nation. Our president, governors, and other criminal politicians have no respect for us-the people. Other problems facing this nation is tribalism, religious intolerance, selfishness, and lack of true love among various Nigerian factions. If Arewa nation, Biafra nation, Oduduwa nation, and the rest still have these criminal politicians in charge of affairs of each of the nations, citizens of those sub nations will still be experiencing exactly or worst than what we are currently going through. To solve our problems, Nigerian people should not be deceive by criminal and corrupt religious leaders to vote for imcompentent, corrupt, visionless, and leaders with no integrity just because they claimed to be Christians or Muslims. We must vote for people of integrity, intelligent, competent, honest,and those of great characters. How many of you will buy a very expensive clothes, and give it to inexperienced and imcompentent tailor just because the tailor is from your village, church or mosque member? No.If can not make ordinary clothes decision based on tribe/race,or religious, why are you entrusting your life and the future the of many generations to failure like president Jonathan just because he claimed to be a Christian. However, his actions, utterances, and deeds are not of God. Nigerians please think beyond your tribe,religious affiliate, culture and language in the upcoming elections both at local,state, and federal levels in 2015. A word is more than enough for the wise.

    • Conscience 1

      November 2, 2014 at 8:53 AM

      ….Whoa!@OmoKehinde!!…”Ejiremi arra Isokun”I am blown away by your well rounded write-up. Yes you are absolutely right-that if these bandits parading themselves as so-called politicians are still in power…It would be the same vicious circle & bridge to nowhere.
      My people say the “insects that destroys the vegetable is found within its leaf and roots”.

      Just to buttress you point -the problem with us Nigerians- is that we love our lives too much. These politicians know that we are all about “shout with no action”-that is why they disrespect us.

      The late Fela Anikulapo Kuti -sang a song about the plight of the Nigerian masses…when he sang “Suffering and smiling”. He was referring to the average Nigerian that loves to suffer and yet continue to put on a smile…..he went further to say Nigerians don’t want to die for their rights when you ask them to protest or fight for their rights then they will say “No…I no wan die now, I want build house Mama dey for house my Papa dey for house”…..~~~~I’m afraid if we continue with these shallow and myopic mentality then the bandits shall continue their reigns in power.
      I rest my case!.

    • UZOMA

      November 2, 2014 at 11:13 AM

      Omo, you are very correct.

  7. Adebayo Tajudeen

    November 2, 2014 at 12:07 AM

    USA has said it all before and it is coming to pass gradually ,well,may God help us sha,but am sorry for my country……his devilish excellency Abubakah Shekau,your days are numbered,watch out,ordinary civilian will gun you down soonest if you are still alive .

  8. fairjudge

    November 2, 2014 at 12:12 PM

    But aren,t the nigerian gov’t ashamed to announce such lies to the whole world about the fake killing of Abubakah Shekau and the lies about conclusion of ceasefire and the releasing of the 276 school girls? I saw CNN interwiew sheku yesterday and i was like ‘WHAT HE IS NOT DEAD’OH SHAME SHAME.No one knew cameroon was into any negotiations until the announcement of the release of 27 captives, Atleast cameroon can put her head up concerning international issues not like nigeria that is scorn everywhere the name is mentioned .Shame to you Janatan and your armies for all your lies.The whole world is watching you ,and above all JESUS IS WATCHING YOU TOO FOR THE CRY OF THOSE GIRLS SURFFERING IN THE FOREST.think for a second if any one of those girls was your daughter or your relative or even far a distance relative,then you will know what those poor parents have been through ever since those girls were captured.You failed those who put you in power.God will judge all for playing these games/politics on the lives of these girls One word i have for you all is CALLOUS.

  9. Gadam

    November 2, 2014 at 12:59 PM

    my man u talk sense,

  10. Professor

    November 2, 2014 at 6:27 PM

    So much talks without action.Does any nigerian knows the way out pls speak now.Dont just sit and be criticizing jonathan and the fg. If you were in jonathan’s shoes what will you have done? Soldiers in the battle know when to and not to fight.These problems started very long time ago when everyone is training their children, northerners are busy giving birth uncontrolable to untrained children.the result of which we are experiencing now and when you talk they blame it on religion. God save Nigeria.

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