Boko Haram: How Jonathan Encouraged Soldiers Mutiny — Buhari

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Muhammadu Buhari has accused immediate past government President Goodluck Jonathan of the mutiny which took place in the Nigerian military.

Nigerian president in an interview C said the past government, while fighting the Boko Haram insurgents, sent soldiers to the battlefield without weapons and ammunition.

Buhari said: “We investigated and discovered how funds that were pencilled down for arms procurement were diverted and shared by government officials who served the last administration.

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“The government at that time sent the soldiers to the battlefield without arms and ammunition to prosecute the war. That was what led some of them to mutiny. They were arrested and detained because of this.”

President Buhari, who recently stated that Nigeria has already defeated the insurgency, accepted that the country might not win the war completely by the end of the December.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian leader said a lot of progress had been made by the army.

“If people are going to be fair to us, they themselves know that the Army is winning the war. You can no longer find any huge number of Boko Haram members in Adamawa and Yobe; only may be, in about three local governments of Borno in the area around our borders with Chad Republic. They are no longer in position to threaten the country, so we have won,” he added.

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Meanwhile, stated that he didn’t plan to lose the Boko Haram war as being supposed by Buhari’s comments.

Rather, the ex-president said he tried to protect the constitution, which he said he inaugurated to defend when he took the office.

Nigerian minister of information that the deadline given by Buhari to crush the insurgency has been met.

However, Nigerians criticized Buhari’s government supposed if

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