The federal government and the Buhari-led administration have been criticized in some cases for the ongoing conflict and insecurity challenges ravaging the country, but Nigerians need to understand that President Buhari has promised to fight corruption and he will fulfill it before his tenure is over.
The Buhari-led administration has also been accused of withholding the names and sponsors of Boko Haram from Nigerians. Recently, the Northern State Council of Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria has asked the federal government to release the names of those sponsoring the bandits in the forest and Boko Haram as well.
There is one question they fail to ask themselves. What next if FG releases Boko Haram sponsors' names to the public?
First of all, there is no reason the FG would have the names of Boko Haram sponsors and keep them to themselves without apprehending the mastermind of terror in the country. The fact that no one has been arrested under such a claim simply means there is nothing to tell the public about Boko Haram's sponsors. Besides, if, for example, they knew Boko Haram sponsors, would releasing their names to the public end the terror they have caused? It is better the FG find and apprehend them first before revealing their names to the public.
NOTE: This is my honest opinion.
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