-Shettima claimed that Jonathan’s administration handled the Chibok girls’ abduction with levity
-Ali Modu Sheriff alleges Borno Governor of being the kingpin of Boko Haram
Boko Haram boss is Shettima – Sheriff alleges
Former governor of Borno state, Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff, has made grave accusations against the Governor Kashim Shettima.
Sheriff alleged that Shettima is the head of the dreaded Boko Haram sect.
Naija News recalls that Governor Shettima had criticized the Goodluck Jonatha-led government for how it handled insurgency in the North East region, particularly the abduction of Chibok girls.
Sheriff, a former chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in a statement on Wednesday, hence accused the incumbent Borno governor of being supporting insurgency in the region.
He after wards charged the governor to concentrate on governing the state and not attempt to ridicule him.
Sheriff said: “In Maiduguri, Governor Shettima cannot walk free on the streets, while Sheriff walks freely every day.
“In Maiduguri, the citizens know that Shettima is the Boko Haram boss and the keeper of Chibok girls.’’
Shettima had alleged that former president Jonathan had surrounded himself with hypocrites who deceived himinto believing that the abduction of the girls was false.
He had said: “When the Chibok girls saga started, they made the President to believe that there was no abduction; that the Chibok girls were kidnapped by the governor of Borno State, ostensibly to embarrass the Jonathan administration and he believed that line of story.
“I was in Chibok, my wife was in Chibok and there was a global outcry on the issue but Jonathan was in a world of his own, created by the clowns and also the misfits around him. I wasn’t invited to Abuja until nearly three weeks later and even when I was invited to Abuja, I was quiet thrilled that at last I was getting the attention of my leader.
“I was asked to come along with Commissioner of Police, the Divisional Police Officer in Chibok, the Commissioner of Education, the Military Commander in Chibok and the Director of DSS in Borno.”