The Faction of Boko Haram, The Islamic state west African Province (ISWAP) have been spotted Distributing Cash gifts, Rice, Beans, Millets, Sugar and so forth to Residents of Borno and Yobe states of Nigeria.
These are pictures showing, ISWAP distributing food to Residents;
Though it was Reported that this militant group, said that they distributed these relief materials and Cash to Borno and Yobe Residents to help them observe their Ramadan fast and Salah with Joy. It should not also be doubted that these gestures are aimed at luring the unsuspecting ones to join the group. If not, why have they been killing, bombing and causing mayhem to the Residents they are now providing relief materials for, if they had no ulterior motives?
These pictures should also serve as a wake up call to Nigerian government to further strengthen the security in those areas, so that terrorists will not freely mingle with citizens, to avoid brain washing and recruiting unsuspecting ones to their group. To the detriment of the nation at large.
Source: Sahara Reporters
Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters
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