December 5, 2022

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I Am Not The Founder Of Boko Haram -Ali-Modu Sheriff

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Sequel to a story written sometime ago where Ali-Modu Sheriff, the former governor of Borno State and now a senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, was addressed as the founder of the Boko Haram sect, the former governor has through his aides contacted us to clear his name regarding his links to the dreaded terrorist group.

The senator stated that he never had anything to do with the group at any time and that he had never aided nor supported them in any way. He also declared that he had not for once had any relationship with them not to talk about being their sponsor or godfather. He further declared that he had at different times been a victim of the group because its members see him as their enemy as he was against its aims and objectives.

Though the senator denied his links with Boko Haram and we believe him, he has not dissociated himself from Sky Bird Airline, meaning that he is actually the owner of the airline as reported.

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UBA Foundation Rings in The Yuletide Season, Lights Up the Lagos Marina Africa’s Global bank, United Bank for Africa, through its Corporate Social Responsibility Arm, the UBA Foundation, on Tuesday, held its annual Christmas Lighting ceremony to mark the start of the festive season. The brilliant Christmas Lights of the UBA Foundation Gardens at the UBA Head Office on the Marina in Lagos, were activated by the bank’s Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Oliver Alawuba, in a grand ceremony which was witnessed by key management staff and some customers of the bank. Alawuba, who addressed attendees at the ceremony, reiterated that the annual Lighting event is a symbol of hope for the coming year, the future and all the goodness it will bring into people’s lives. Alawuba said, “The UBA Foundation is focused on touching lives and giving back to its host communities. UBA through its foundation, the UBA Foundation desire remains is committed to improving lives in whatever way we can. We want to give back always and this event is quite symbolic as it represents the affinity we have towards our customers, employees and associates as well as our communities.” The CEO of the UBA Foundation, Mrs Bola Atta, said that the Christmas lighting ceremony was important for the Foundation adding: “Today is significant. All over the world, it is known in the advent period as Giving Tuesday. It is a time to give back to those who don’t have enough. It is a time to shine light on others, to give hope and give gifts. Today we gave out a lot of gifts and people were happy as we lit up the Foundation gardens to symbolise joy and hope. We are constantly reminded as an institution, of our promise to continue to touch lives and show kindness. In these difficult times, sharing even a little bit, goes a long way.” The lighting ceremony was attended by UBA staff members and customers who were serenaded with Christmas carols by the UBA Customer Fulfilment Centre’s choir. It ended with a guided tour around the UBA Foundation gardens on the Lagos Marina. Over the years, the UBA Foundation has been very active in creating sustainable development in its host communities and as part of its corporate social responsibility, the Foundation will be feeding tens of thousands of people across Africa during this festive season. UBA Foundation, the CSR arm of the UBA Group, is committed to the socio-economic betterment of the communities in which the bank operates, focusing on development in the areas of Education, the Environment, Economic Empowerment and other Special Projects.

4 thoughts on “I Am Not The Founder Of Boko Haram -Ali-Modu Sheriff

  1. Denial? I am not surprise. Even a thief caught in the very
    act will defined an escape route immediately. He
    mentioned some relatives and close associates that have
    tasted the blade of Boko Haram, what if that was a
    revenge mission because he threatened to eliminate them
    after his purpose were achieved? I have watched a movie
    where a man masterminded a terror group and after using
    them to establish his goal, planned to get rid of then to
    concealed his path, but his well laid up plan was licked to
    them and they turned their weapons not just to him but to
    everyone associated to him. The terror group later
    became a national terrorist group that even threatened to
    blow up the nation’s capital and other important business
    capitals, like we have of Boko Haram today. The
    government of this country mustn’t consider those weak
    excuses as anything. This man must be well interrogated,
    it could lead to the arrest of many more sponsors of this
    terror group.
    Before the Australian made those revelations public, there
    were rumors going round especially from people of the
    North East that it was Modu Sheriff that founded and
    funded them as political thugs during his electioneering
    campaigns. That they turned against him must be
    because he did not fulfilled his promises and branded
    them terrorist group to conceal his involvement. Now he
    is continuing his denial because they have become a
    menace to the whole nation. It is time that the Authority
    stop painting corrupt people good, allowing them to walk
    freely on our streets when they ought to be in prisons. I
    have heard petty thieves sent to the hang man and some
    of them to life imprisonment, while the very thieves that
    have crippled this nation’s economy and growth are
    being honored with chieftaincy titles. Some are even
    urged to run for government offices, possibly to cripple
    the economy further more. What is wrong with Nigeria? I
    think the dead penalty should be instituted in our
    constitution against corruption. God has blessed Nigeria.
    God is blessing Nigeria and God shall bless Nigeria. In
    either way, Nigeria is a blessed nation, but we must get
    rid of corruption for this reality to start showing on our
    people. We must start getting rid of corruption by getting
    rid of corrupt people, wherever they are and whoever they
    may be.
    Your monitor
    Pastor Daniel H. Doe

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