One of the Boko Haram commanders, who were swapped with the recently released 82 Chibok girls, has threatened to bomb Abuja in new a video obtained by international journalist, Ahmad Salkida.
Salkida, who has close links with the insurgent group, said the video released by the Abubakar Shekau faction, featured one Shuaibu Moni, a Boko Haram commander who was one of those allegedly swapped for the girls.
He disclosed that Moni issued threats to the Nigerian government and President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to a report by The Nation, Salkida also claimed that the commander stated that it was not true that only five insurgents were released in exchange for the Chibok girls. He then warned of imminent bombing in Abuja.
Moni added that there’s been no dialogue with government and that there won’t be.
TheNewsGuru.com reports that no fewer than 276 schoolgirls were abducted over three years ago, while 82 were released after negotiations involving the Swiss Government, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Federal Government on one side and the terror sect on the other.
However, the Federal Government had on Thursday said it had no apologies or regrets whatsoever for swapping the recently released (82) Chibok girls for the suspected Boko Haram members in its (FG’s) custody.