PRESIDENTIAL candidate of the African Liberation Party, ALP, in the 2011 general elections, Chief Emmanuel Okereke,has attributed Boko Haram insurgency in the country to the handiwork of politicians desperately seeking to rule the country.
Okereke said the insurgency was created by the politicians to intimidate President Goodluck Jonathan from seeking a second term in office.
He also said the abduction of the over 200 school girls in Chibok,Borno State was masterminded by the politicians to discredit Jonathan’s administration, so that he can lost support locally and internationally in his re-election bid.
The politician, who is also the Director-General of Taskforce on Illegal Importation of Small Arms and Light Weapons, said these yesterday, in Abuja,while addressing a group under the aegis of Southern Youths For Peace Initiatives, which had bestowed an Award of Excellence on him.
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