Friday, September 9, 2011

Boko Haram - Mossad, CIA to Probe Security Agencies

The Moment (London)
5 September 2011

PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan may have set up a probe committee primarily of Israeli and the United States of America (USA)-recommended intelligence officers to examine the entire Nigerian security apparatus.

The joint operation known as MOSSAD and the CIA, led by the Israeli Ambassador to Nigeria, Moshe Ram, is also to oversee the MOSSAD probe of the Nigerian security agencies against the suspected infiltration of sympathisers of Islamic terrorism.

The acronym, MOSSAD is derived from the Israeli Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations.

This is consequent upon the incessant attacks of the extremist Islamic sect, Boko Haram in the northern part of the country, especially that of the Friday, August 26 United Nations' building bomb explosion in Abuja.

The president's action, we learnt was informed by the security reports that the various security apparatus of the country might have been infiltrated at top levels by the terrorist sect.

Presidency source told The Moment that the decision was reached after its awareness of the infiltration of the Middle Eastern-sponsored international terrorism, which appeared to have found new roots among the countries of the sub-Saharan region of Africa, especially Nigeria.

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