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Re: Boko Haram/Yusufiyya Sects
« Reply #15 on: August 07, 2009, 07:59:09 PM »
Assalamu alaikum,

DB, my compliment as well.
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Re: Boko Haram/Yusufiyya Sects
« Reply #16 on: August 14, 2009, 10:51:26 PM »
peace has finally settled in maiduguri, the borno state capital
which in the past two weeks witnessed so much trauma and
fear from both security agencies and members of the misguided
group (i dont think they are a sect any longer) boko haram.

though you can feel the freedom in the air, however, the dust
has left so many stories to tell in so many family:

Mamman Adamu, age 19, left home all the way from gwange
ward, bid farewell to his only mum on the night of 25th July
telling her to pray for him, he might not come back alive, because
he is going out for a war between their group and nigeria.  she
taught its the usual joke "wallahi na dauka wasa yake yi, sai
ya bani naira dubu biyu yace duk wanda yazo yace yana bina
bashi in an tabbatar sai a biya shi, kuma dan kayansa na sawa
duk a raba wa makwabta in har bai dawo ba, gashi har yanzu
ba mu duriyarsaba, ko an kashe shi ko ya gudu sai Allah" this is
what the sobbing mother tells everyone who cares to listen to
her predicament.

a famous headmaster of federal low cost primary school, residing
in mafoni ward was shot dead by a stray bullet in his house, he
left behind a wife and children (widow and orphans).

Garba Dara, 24, an indigene of adamawa state who is in maiduguri
to pursue his diploma certificate is also missing since saturday
25th july.  very strong sources are spreading the news that on
both sunday and friday he was sighted commanding a group of
boko haram members towards lamisula police station, but since then
uptil now nothing of him was heard.

Malam Maina, a washman at kofa biyu was saying his asr prayer in
the mosque when two boko haram members where pursued by the
members of the nigerian army, they took refuge in the mosque,
however, after exchanging fire with the army, they were shut down,
unfortunately, malam maina, the wash man was taken to the police
headquarters despite his cry that he is not their members - his dead
body was not even allowed to be taken by his family.

Falmata, 32, a house wife was busy pursuing her kids to get home
as exchange of gun shots become very hot, the two kids are very
safe, however, before falmata could take her last step into her house,
she was hit by a stray bullet and she died instantly.

John Carpentar, 48, was shot dead by the boko haram group when
they invade the area.

two security men at the borno state independent electoral commission
were mimed and the whole building was set ablaze.

lamisula police station was completely razed down, including any other
item inside and outside the building.

the office of the federal ministry of labour was also completely razed
down by the pundits.

the new prison, along custom road, was forced open, a number of
inmates safely escaped while the administrative building was razed
down including any other document.

all hotels within and around galadima junction were razed down by the
criminal groups.

a handful of churches lying within the area of operation were affected
so also operation flush ii office camps were razed down completely.

the newly renovated abbaganaram primary school was also burnt down
to ashes.

some houses were burnt down at state low cost, while up to this moment
a lot of people recuperating from the sound of bullets that pass over their
head.

my intention is not to count our loses only, but to inform the world that
all these and others solely affects the ordinary poor man.

it is the duty of our government to control the infilteration of fake drugs,
substandard goods, narcotics, and other dangerous things that will affects
its citizen, so also, i see no difference when a adulterated teaching is taking
place and capable of intoxicating minds.  government should protect its
citizen no matter how and what it will take her.

now the incidence is over, but not yet over, as families of affected, especially
orphans, are left at their own mercies to suffer for a sin only their parents
committed.  i begin to fear when these children grew up without anybody's
attention and care on them, they will see their parents as heroes, either
follow their footsteps or become worst than them.
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Re: Boko Haram/Yusufiyya Sects
« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2009, 12:48:48 PM »
Assalamu alaikum,

Your account was very touchy, DB. I nearly wept. :'(

The end result always befalls the downtrodden.

May Allah, the Exalted, grant those died innocently an eternal peace, amen.

May Allah, the exalted, prevent re-occurrence of such a thing, amen.
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