For quite a long period of time now, boko Haram insurgency has been a major source of concern for everyone. However, we are quite optimistic that they will soon be wiped out by our gallant soldiers.
As we all know, a lot of people have been linked as Boko Haram sponsors but, after much investigation, most of those reports were declared false.
However, most recently, the Nigerian minister of Communication, Isa Pantami was alleged to have links with Boko Haram terrorists according to a report which have been declared fake by multiple sources.
However, Northern politician and erstwhile Nigerian lawmaker representing Kaduna central senatorial district, Shehu Sani has reacted to the claims.
According to the senator, Ali Pantami is not someone who preaches violence or advocate for it in his Islamic activities. He noted that even extremists and terrorists see him as a moderate establishment mullah and as such, those who said he has link with terrorists should objectively review and reconsider.
As expected, Shehu Sani's tweet gained a lot of reactions from most of his followers. Below are screenshots of their reactions.
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