Duku Joel, Maiduguri, Bolaji Ogundele, Abuja
BOKO HARAM terrorists on Wednesday launched a video exhibiting the execution of 5 humanitarian staff that they earlier kidnapped.
The Nation gathered that the insurgents had made contact, demanding about $500,000, which was not paid.
It was indicated within the video launched on Wednesday that insurgents ran out of persistence and executed the help staff.
Within the video, the insurgents mentioned the humanitarian staff have been “working for unbelievers who don’t care about you.”
Their message learn: “We’re sending this as a really sturdy message to you unbelievers and infidels. And to these of you which might be being utilized by these infidels to repent.
“You’re working for them however they don’t have any concern about you.
“You labored for them to attain their objectives however they’re very far out of your plight. They don’t present you any care. Have a look at you now. Once we kidnap you they don’t care. They present no concern.
“We’re calling on all you unbelievers to repent and switch to Allah.
“We are going to proceed to abduct you folks at each street that we see you when you don’t repent to work for them. It’s a warning to all of you.”
President Muhmmadu Buhari reiterated his administration’s willpower to wipe out the vestiges of the fear group, Boko Haram.
The President acknowledged this in his response to the homicide of the 5 humanitarian aides by the fear group in Borno State on Wednesday.
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“President Muhammadu Buhari condemns the latest homicide of 5 workers of humanitarian companies in Borno State, who have been kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists a month in the past,” an announcement by the President’s Senior Particular Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu mentioned.
“President Buhari sympathises with the households of the 5 help staff, whereas praying that God will consolation them for his or her irreplaceable loss.
“He assures them that his authorities will proceed to do all it will possibly to make sure that each remaining vestiges of Boko Haram is worn out utterly from northeastern Nigeria and that the perpetrators of this atrocity face the regulation.”