Politics Boko Haram: Governor Shettima of Borno Accused of Murdering Ngala,Gubio



Borno state Governor, Kashim Shettima has been accused of masterminding the murders of late Alhaji Awana Ngala, former ANPP chairman in the State and late Modu Fannami Gubio, gubernatorial candidate of the ANPP. DAILY POST has this story.

Following the revelation by an Australian Negotiator, Dr. Stephen Davies, names of other alleged Boko Haram sponsors have emerged.

The latest said is the Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima.

A magazine, “power Steering” which is being circulated, alleged that Governor Shettima is behind the killing of late Alhaji Awana Ngala, former ANPP chairman in Borno State, who was tipped to succeed former governor Ali Modu Sheriff as well as Engr. Modu Fannami Gubio, the gubernatorial candidate of the ANPP, who was killed barely one week after he was appointed to succeed Modu Sheriff in the 2011 general election.

DailyPost reports that this is coming even as Ahmad Salkida, the self-exiled Nigerian journalist, widely reported to have an unfettered access to Boko Haram, described as questionable, claims by Australian negotiator, Dr. Steven Davis, of having links with the insurgent group.

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SOURCE: #DailyPost

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