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Any Boko Haram financier discovered by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari would not go scot-free, Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has assured.
This is just as he said the current administration will follow due process in bringing all those behind the Boko Haram insurgency to book.
Addressing a press conference on the successes recorded by the Nigerian military and other security agencies in the fight against Boko Haram in Abuja, the minister stated that the dilemma of government is how to redress the past wrong.
“What I want to assure you is that nobody, who is responsible for this situation either by sponsoring Boko Haram or stealing our resources, will go unpunished. That I can assure you. But we will follow due process”, Mr. Mohammed said.
Reacting to the Federal Government’s seeming lack of commitment to bringing Boko Haram suspects to book, as has been the case in Chad where they are usually summarily tried, condemned and executed, the Minister said that the legal system in Nigeria was different and that the authorities would not want any innocent person killed in the name of fighting insurgency.
“Our legal regime is different. I can assure you that it is not in the interest of the military to protect Boko Haram because they are the first victims of the activities of the insurgents”, he explained.
Mr. Mohammed also absolved those in the current government of sponsoring or supporting Boko Haram terrorists in any way, as according to him, “nobody in this government will hide a Boko Haranm suspect”.