DAILY FILE – The Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, on Sunday broke his longtime silence to speak on the Borno governor’s recent call on insurgents to lay down their arms and embrace government’s amnesty programme.
In an 18 minutes audio message, Mr Shekau, who spoke in his native Kanuri language and in Hausa, faulted the governor’s claims that some of the insurgents that were forced to join Boko Haram are tired of fighting.
The Boko Haram leader said none of his members was tired of fighting and that they would continue fighting till their last breathe.
This is the first video by the terror group’s fugitive leader in several months.
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