Buhari never said that war against Boko Haram is over - Adesina | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Femi Adesina, Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, has denied media reports that President Muhammadu Buhari said that the war against Boko Haram is over.


Speaking on Channels TV, Adesina said “If you look at the President word-for-word, there is no place you will see him say that (the victory) signposts the defeat of the Boko Haram, no! It’s an interpretation by the press. What the President did was to congratulate the military for taking over the last camp of the Boko Haram which is called camp zero. What that effectively means is that Sambisa forest which was like the last stronghold of the Boko Haram has been effectively taken over by the military,” he said Adesina stressed that despite the capture of Boko Harams enclave, the war against the insurgents isn't over “There will always be bitter enders at any given time.

''Even as Sambisa forest has been taken over, you will still find some elements who will continue to fight and they will be taken out eventually. This kind of war is not one that at a point you will say because Sambisa has been taken over, its over for now, no! It is over when we stop having strikes and attacks,” he said

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  1. Shameless liar. Idiot! Continue to make mockery of yourself.

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  2. Adesina you are the greatest fool of your venation. The number one wailing wailer no matter how you try to out up a brave face. Idiot.

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  3. Adesina you are the greatest fool of your venation. The number one wailing wailer no matter how you try to out up a brave face. Idiot.

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  4. The war against terrorist can never end in a short time. You can win the battle but the war will still continue.

    Capturing Sambisa forest is a battle won but the war continues

    What he said is true bcos that is the reality.

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  5. @Isiaka and Akin, two of u are the greatest fools of the century. Was it wrong as a spokesperson to throw more light to what your boss has expressed. Mumu pple.

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