Sunday, June 19, 2011

Boko Haram Warns of More Attacks
17 June 2011

Boko Haram sect has advised civilians to restrict their movements in Maiduguri and environs as well as other northern states and the FCT, as members of the sect have vowed to explore new strategies which will be very devastating. in a statement issued in Hausa, the Islamist militants said that dialogue with Jonathan had collapsed because of the statements credited to both the Inspector General of Police and Governor Shettima during the donation of the ten Personnel Armoured Carriers, APCs by the Borno State government to fight them.

The statement read: “Very soon, we would wage Jihad on the enemies of God and his prophet. We want to make it known that our Jihadists (warriors) have arrived Nigeria from Somalia where they got serious training on warfare from our brethren who made the country ungovernable and forced the interim government to relocate to Kenya .

“We want to assure all security agencies that we would frustrate their efforts. By the grace of God, despite the armoured carriers that they are boasting of, they are not match with the training we acquired in Somalia.”

Yesterday a suicide bomber believed to have been trained by al-Qaeda-linked terrorists in Somalia drove a car loaded with explosives into Nigeria's national police headquarters, killing himself and one other person. Thick black smoke rose into the sky above the white office block in Abuja, the West African country's capital, after the attack on Thursday afternoon.

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