Friday, 29 June 2012

NSA Denies Putting Timeline To End Of Boko Haram Hostility

The National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki retd has denied reports quoting him as putting a timeline to the end of Boko Haram islamist sect hostility in parts of the country.

The NSA who is on tour of some states where Boko Haram hostility has been rampant to meet stakeholders in such areas was quoted in some media reports to have said that an end will come to Boko Haram hostility before the commencement of Ramadan Fast.

A statement issued on Friday by the Special Assistant to the NSA on Media, Karounwi Adekunle however said that "the NSA never at any forum in Potiskum, Damaturu, both Yobe state on Thursday or today in Maiduguri, Borno state said he will bring an end to the sect's hostility before the start of Ramadan Fast. His cogent message in all the meetings he's held so far with some stakeholders is the need for leaders to reach out and prevail on Boko Haram members to cease fire so as to create room for dialogue."

"This clarification has become necessary to avoid further spread of this misinformation and unnecessary insinuations", the statement added.

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