Boko Haram

Nigerian Army accuses parents in the North-East region of donating their daughters to the Boko Haram terrorist group to carryout suicide attacks

Director, Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Usman

In a statement on Saturday, the Nigerian Army, accused parents in the North-East region of Nigeria of donating their daughters to the Boko Haram terrorist group to be used for suicide attacks.

The army blames this new trend for the sudden resurgence in terrorists attacks in the region.

The statement was issued by Brig. Gen. Sani Usman, the Director of the Nigerian Army Public Relations. He also appealed to religious, traditional and community leaders in the North-East to help advice parents against donating their daughters as suicide bombers.

“The Nigerian Army wishes to appeal to religious, traditional and community leaders, as well as all well-meaning Nigerians especially in the North-east of our country, to help dissuade people from donating their daughters or wards, to Boko Haram terrorists for indoctrination and suicide bombing missions.

“This appeal became expedient in view of recent revelations by some intercepted female suicide bombers during interrogations. It was discovered that most of these hapless minors were ‘donated’ to the terrorist sect by their heartless and misguided parents and guardians, as part of their contribution to the perpetuation of the Boko Haram terrorists’ dastardly acts against the Nigerian society and humanity.”

“The acts of these parents and guardians are not only barbaric, but condemnable and unacceptable. Nigerians have a responsibility and obligation to collectively mould our children and wards and define a better future for them rather than condemning them to death by the criminal Boko Haram terrorists and their sympathisers through suicide bombings.

“Consequently, the public are kindly requested to be more vigilant, security conscious and report any suspicious persons or those whose daughters or female wards are missing or have not been seen recently. You can report by calling 193 on any network. The public is also, please, reminded that the Nigerian Army’s offer and reward of the sum of N500,000 to anybody that brought information about suicide bombing, is still available.”

Amina, an 18 year old Boko Haram suicide bomber

Amina, an 18 year old Boko Haram suicide bomber

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