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Boko Haram mocks Army, calls Buhari ‘a small ant’ over Shekau


A Boko Haram Commander, Shuaibu Moni has mocked the Nigerian Army and government over their failure to capture its leader, Abubakar Shekau within 40 days.

Moni, who was part of the Commanders swapped for the release of the 82 Chbok girls in May, said despite the expiration of the ultimatum, they were celebrating Sallah in Sambisa forest.

Moni described President Muhammadu Buhari as “a small ant” over the inability of the military to either capture Shekau dead or live.

According to Moni, “We have observed the eid-el-Kabir prayers peacefully with our brothers, wives and children in Sambisa forest under the leadership of Abu-Muhammad -Ibn-Mahammad Abubakar Shekau.

“We thank Almighty Allah for sparing our lives to witness this very wonderful day and good state of health. We want to tell the infidels of the world, infidels in Nigeria and even small ants like Buhari and his attack dogs like Kukasheka and Buratai who gave 40-day ultimatum to kill our leader Abubakar Shekau that here we are celebrating Sallah in Sambisa.

“I also want them to know that killing Shekau is not the end of us. With or without Shekau Boko Haram will remain. They should know we worship God and Shekau is only leading us on the path of service to the Lord.

“They should know that just as they are giving orders to their military to invade our camps; we are also waiting for Shekau’s orders to invade their barracks, towns and cities at any giving time.

“I have said it before and you have seen what I have done. I am not making empty noise; I guess you know who is talking you, this is ‘Moni’. You have seen what we did in the university and the city of Maiduguri and other places.

“We mean everything we are saying, and you should wait we are coming after you. We will never dialogue with the government.”

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