Sunday, March 11, 2012

Abu Qaqa, Kabiru Sokoto open up

8 March 2012

•Say Sultan is Boko Haram’s target
•Attacks on churches deliberate


Two Boko Haram kingpins in the custody of the State Security Service (SSS) Kabiru Sokoto and Abu Qaqa have revealed more plans the group has. In their confessional statements in Abuja yesterday to the SSS, Abu Qaqa, the sects’ spokesman now in detention and Kabiru Sokoto, the man behind the Madalla Christmas Day 2011bombing which claimed lives of 45 parishioners said they had sinister plans to undo the Sultan of Sokoto by taking away his religious powers.

Qaqa and Sokoto came short of saying they would have neutralized the Sultan or any other traditional ruler in the North in the bid to carry out their plans. They said: “Concerning this plan, any ruler that would have obstructed us would have regretted his action.”

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