Don’t Dialogue With Boko Haram, Jonathan Advised


A cleric, Prophet Solomon Olukunmi Ajao has advised President Goodluck Jonathan not to dialogue with the Boko Haram sect.

The founder and general overseer of Christ Apostolic Church Warrior for Christ Mission, Railway Line, Fagba in Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos State, said it will be an embarrassment for Mr. President to dialogue with rebels.

“Should Goodluck dialogue with Boko Haram members, he will be inadvertently lending support to more terrorist groups that might emerge in future and such action will amount to a bad precedent.

“If the president should go to the negotiation table with Boko Haram, he will be encouraging future terrorists to emerge and threaten his government,” Ajao stated.

He advised the President to consult Nigerians before embarking on any project, adding that government should carry out its programmes faster than it had hitherto done.

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Ajao gave an example of a bag of cement selling for N2,000 while the masses are expecting a drastic reduction.

If the government fails to do this, the cleric said, the down trodden will lose confidence in the administration.

To cushion the effect of the economic downturn and unemployment, Ajao advised the federal government to institute a micro credit scheme of N5 million with low interest for youths to set up small scale enterprises.

—Moyo Fabiyi

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