Australian Hostage Negotiator Accuses Former Borno Governor & Other Politicians of Funding Boko Haram

Stephen Davis, the Australian hostage
negotiator who was negotiating with Boko Haram
on behalf of the Nigerian government, to free
the over 200 abducted Chibok school girls, is
alleging that certain politicians are funding the
terrorist group.
In an interview with Arise TV Davis says some
of the most prominent Nigerian politicians are
“primary sponsors” of Boko Haram.
He mentions Borno State governor, Ali Modu
Sheriff and a former Chief of Staff, as some of
the primary sponsors.
According to him, the main rationale behind the
politicians’ funding of Boko Haram is because
they want to take power in next year’s elections.
The report also reveals that Davis was almost
successful in rescuing some of the girls, but a
few minutes before he arrived at the location,
the girls were re-kidnapped.

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