19 November 2011
ISLAMIC sect, Boko Haram, has said that until its members arrested by the police and detained in various prisons are released unconditionally, dialogue with the Federal Government may not be feasible.
Spokesman of the sect, Abul Qaqa, gave the demands in a phone in interview with newsmen on Thursday in
on the “dialogue and implementation” of the Ambassador Galtimari security report on the North-East sub-region of the country. Maiduguri
“We cannot cease our fire and bombings in the North while our arrested members are still in the various prisons,” Qaqa said, stressing that they must all be released before the sect can accept and fully take part in the dialogue with the Federal and Borno state governments.