Here's what I found:
I guess some other people have another way they plan of dealing with the mess. Taking the fight to them?
Btw, I don't believe that ish, no deputy terrorist leader is in Mecca. BS!
If this story is true, it raises some interesting questions.
1) Is freedom of religion in Nigeria negotiable?
BH has persitently maintained that its mission is to islamize the entire nation. How can this be negotiated?
2) Are they negotiating terms for GEJ conversion or resignation?
3) Are those, who promised the nation a blood-bath if GEJ became President, having a change of mind?
4) Does the Senator, currently on trial for terrorism-related charges, have a role in this? After all, he is performing the Lesser Haj.
Hope with time, the terms of negotiation will be made public. The bottom line is that the North has paid a heavy price for mixing politics with religion in a secular nation.
These r not the real questions, I'll help ya out.
Why do I wake up to christian solar gregorian calendar everyday instead of my lunar calendar as is used in ME and China?
U so cute bro.
Thanks for appreciating that I am juvenile and childish. Thanks also for your profound knowledge of history. But tell me, Mr. Adult, when did the Allied Forces negotiate with the Nazis? When did Peru negotiate with Shining Path? Has US negotiated with Al-Qaeda? Did Japan negotiate with the Red Brigade? In your self deception, you are unable to apprecitae the simple fact that certain issues are not negotiable. For avoidance of any doubt, the multi-religious character of Nigeria is not subject to any negotiation. Unless you know what others do not know, BH has not publicly demanded better life for the "current Muslims". It is illogical to compare MEND with BH, but then you are free to say whatever you like.
Where was Buhari's name mentioned in my post? The last part of your post is just hogwash and I shall not dignify it with any comment.
[News and Features] Nigeria's government signals talks with Islamists
Nigeria's government signals talks with Islamists
ABUJA — Nigeria's government signalled Saturday they had held some form of talks with Islamist militants waging a deadly insurgency, but its statement was vague and the extremists have repeatedly ruled out dialogue.
The statement from Information Minister Labaran Maku came with the country on high alert ahead of Eid celebrations marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, with warnings that fresh attacks could occur.
It was issued in response to a news report this week claiming that a purported spokesman for Islamist extremist group Boko Haram said direct talks were underway with the government.
The statement from the Boko Haram "spokesman" was given to a reporter in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the report said, which is not the usual way the group communicates with journalists.
"The federal government welcomes any initiative that will usher in peace, security and tranquillity in the country, especially in the light of the security challenges that we have faced in the last two years," the government statement said.
"In this context, we welcome the statement by (Boko Haram) acknowledging that they have been in contact with the federal government through its representatives and have started negotiations with the objective of reaching a final solution to this crisis."
Maku was asked about the reported dialogue earlier in the week and said he could not confirm it.
A previous attempt at dialogue earlier this year broke down when a mediator quit over leaks to the media and a spokesman for what is believed to be the main faction of Boko Haram said the government could not be trusted.
The main faction of the group has accused the government of using propaganda to discredit it and has repeatedly ruled out further dialogue.
Nigeria's recently appointed National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki, a prominent figure in the country's mainly Muslim north, has spoken of dialogue through local institutions, including religious leaders.
Boko Haram has been blamed for more than 1,400 deaths since 2010 in the northern and central regions of Africa's most populous nation.
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Dialogue of the deaf, dumb and daft...
This is just so retarded......sighs.....what in zachari's name is going on here.
Certain characters that are meant to be in detention went on lesser hajj and others followed sooth...then enter the dragon BH deputy/vice speaking from that location....what do this clowns take Nigerians for.
I just cant wrap my head around animals in human clothing that fire rockets to destroy places and people in North Africa...take a good look at all this stupid/senseless conflicts...the amount of damage done boggles the mind....very mindless acts.
(Take all the weapons away and fight...they cant..bloody cowards)...
Oh i forget, they have no mind.
Having made najeriya ungovernable, they now force a clueful government to negotiate terms of peace. What may those be?
1. Muslim chief of security - done
2. muslim head of military - being contemplated
3. Muslim head of CBN must not be fired
4. Muslim head of NNPC
5. Muslim head of Government
6. Muslim Head of Service
7. Muslim contractors who do nothing
8. Allow them to Implement Shariah the way they deem fit, the constitution and law be blanked..
9. Release all the captured murderers inclusive of the negotiator
10. What part of the balls have they left out crushing???
We feed them at N1 billion/year for this?
MEND did not get their demands neither. That's negotiations. US negotiates with al-qaeda everyday.
Poor GEJ, the rope that hanged Ken Saro Wiwa is waiting to hang GEJ.
You don't negotiate with Religious terrorist, you first defeat them militarily then give them a face saving route out.