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50 ex-militant Leaders Task Boko Haram on Peace

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WARRI—No less than 50 ex-activist ‘Commanders’ in Niger Delta have approached the feared Islamic organization, Boko Haram, to quit murdering Nigerian officers, encouraging them to grasp harmony, a similar way ex-aggressors did.

Boko Haram Terrorists ‘General’ Freedom Adowei, in an announcement in Warri, Delta State, yesterday, said the ex-aggressor pioneers met on the stage of Egbesu Generals, EG, in one of the states in the Niger Delta area, where they set out to vote in favor of the presidential hopeful of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.

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He said the 50 Egbesu Generals otherwise called Egbesu Disciples, don’t have a place with any political gathering, adding that the decision to vote in favor of Atiku originated from their conviction that PDP would remove the country from the forested areas.

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Adowei said the gathering had in participation ‘Commanders’ Philop Agbaloki, speaking to Bayelsa; Agbalakoko Oweibote, Ondo; Goodguy Akeren, Rivers; Oputen Perejitei, Edo, and Ingologbene Efiong, Cross River. He guaranteed that they would leave on house-to-house battle for the Atiku/Obi ticket, including that Boko Haram ought to permit harmony reign in the northern piece of the nation.


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