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Boko Haram Must Be Crushed – Coalition For Truth And Justice

Boko HarambigThe Coalition for Truth and Justice has blasted the troubles Boko Haram has been causing against innocent citizens.

The group described Boko Haram’s existence as an evil that has to be abolished in Nigeria and other parts of Africa.

Charles Timothy revealed this at a press conference in Abuja today.

A statement from the group read, “But we believe that if ISWAP terrorists have cause to believe that their days are numbered, which they are, they should beat their retreat or embrace their suicidal ends without bringing innocent civilians into their self-inflicted suffering. ISWAP’s attacks have all the hallmark of a perversion that is intended to make the people suffer.

This is why the terrorists are attacking farmers, markets and other locations that will negatively affect food supply. This mode of operation hints at a direct attempt to depopulate the entire region where the ISIS spawn is operating. The Coalition for Truth and Justice condemns in the strongest terms these atrocities being perpetrated by ISWAP against the civilian population.

We call on all men of good will across the world to rise up in total condemnation of the terror group and its inhuman activities. Terrorism has no place in our society and all those hiding behind terror to either destabilize Nigeria and the dignity of its people are a shame to the world and stand condemned. This condemnation should be backed up by international action to flush the ISWAP terrorists out of the region, something that has become expedient as new evidence are now pointing to the fact that these terrorists are responsible for cases of daring kidnappings that they are using to raise funds for their evil activities.

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Our condemnation is particularly apt because Nigeria had no business with ISWAP, no connection to the conditions that birthed the Islamic State, ISIS or ISIL, which implies that our citizens do not owe ISIS anything. ISWAP will, therefore, do well to leave Nigeria alone and even leave the entire regions of Cameroon, Niger, and Chad bordering Nigeria.

To those showing sympathy for this group by way of tactical, media, social media, financial or political support, we want them to know that the situation is past the level where citizens will say they leave them to the judgment of God. We shall do our best to make sure that such persons are exposed and made to stand first before the law courts of this world and this country before keeping their appointments with God.”