- The Federal Government of Nigerian has been urged to move against sponsors of terrorism in the country
- The same task was also given to the United Nations and the international community
- According to a group, for the military to finally put an end to the fleeing jihadists, the conspirators must be tamed
The Centre for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights (CALSER) has called on the Federal Government and United Nations to step up efforts to apprehend sponsors of Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorist groups.
The centre urged the FG and the UN to beam searchlight towards saboteurs jeopardizing the military's remarkable gains.
In a statement signed by its convener, Princess Ajibola on Thursday, June 11, CALSER alleged that some foreign and indigenous organisations, local politicians as well as certain self-acclaimed activists and media personalities are fuelling insurgency for their personal gains.
Ajibola said for the military to finally put an end to the fleeing jihadists, these conspirators and sponsors must first be tamed.
She also called on the international community and well-spirited individuals to support the FG in the apprehension of the sponsors of the fighters in the Lake Chad region.
Also, in a charge, Ajibola urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to commerce immediate trail of all sponsors of these terrorist groups identified by the Nigerian government.
She said no matter the efforts of the Nigeria military, so long as these sponsors and collaborators of Boko Haram/ISWAP are allowed to fester.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that some residents of the Faduma Koloram village in Gubio local government area of Borno were on Tuesday, June 9 killed by some members of the Boko Haram sect.
The residents numbering over 70 were said to have been killed in a fresh attack in the village around 12 pm.
It was gathered that the terrorists before attacking the Koloram village had unleashed terror on the residents of Malam Karamti village and Daban Shatta.
Also, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Borno state command recently arrested a suspected Boko Haram logistics supplier.
According to the agency, Ibrahim Abdullahi was apprehended with a car filled with fuel and other commodities at the Muna Garage along Gamboru Ngala Road, Maiduguri.
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