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    Posted May 8, 2014 by
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    Carry out a thorough investigation on Boko Haram and publish the results.

    I am appealing to the US security agencies most especially the FBI and other international securities who have come to assist Nigeria to find these missing girls not to stop at that but to also carry out an independent, objective and in depth investigation into Boko Haram and how they are funded.

    We Nigerians need this information because we cannot continue to live in shadows and speculations we need answers and the Nigerian government which is crippled by corruption have failed to provide us with any information close to the truth.

    I am appealing to all individuals who are assigned to this case to take a personal interest in it, because we are suffering and we need to solve most of this problems by starting with resolving this security nightmare.

    I am aware that the government officials are part of the security (and most problems) this nation faces and that they have successfully crippled al investigations, for example a whistle blower has gone missing (Ambrose Ezeweani) recently for allegedly uncovering a vicious corruption cycle in Delta State of Nigeria and calling the public attention to that. Click on link for full report:

    So I am appealing to each and every member of the international security personnel sent to assist Nigeria to please find it in their hearts to conduct a full investigation and give us the answers we truly deserve as a nation.

    Thank you.
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