Goodluck Jonathan Lost ‘Millions' to Fake Boko Haram Leaders: Buhari Adviser

 Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina has narrated how fake Boko Haram leaders defrauded former President Goodluck Jonathan's administration after the kidnap of over 200 girls abducted in their school in Chibok, Borno State, in April 2014.

Adesina reportedly disclosed this while featuring on a programme aired on Radio
Continental 102.3 FM. He explained that this is the reason why President
Muhammadu Buhari's administration has been careful when it comes to the issue of Chibok Girls.

He said "We need to know a little bit of what happened behind the scenes between the last government and some people masquerading as the leadership of Boko Haram, who wanted to get the Chibok girls released.

"They actually turned it into a franchise, it became a commercial thing and they got money, possibly in millions of dollars, only for the government to
discover it had been deceived. "They kept saying they could get the girls released; they could interface with Boko Haram and they went laughing all the way to the bank with all that money, and nothing happened. "So you should understand why this government is being careful and the President has said the genuineness of the leadership of Boko Haram must be determined before any negotiation takes place."

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