The dreaded Boko Haram sect are now reaching out to the Federal Government for negotiations. Should the FG accept their olive branch?
Reports in newspapers in the country this morning suggest that the dreaded Boko Haram insurgents, have made moves to reach out to the government to start moves at negotiating the release of the abducted female students of the Government Girl's Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, who were kidnapped in April, 2014.
The sect, according to the stories, are desirous of engaging the government so as to find a way of ending their activities as well as have some of their top commanders arrested by the Nigerian Military released.
But many Nigerians are skeptical of these moves as there were such talks during the regime of former President Goodluck Jonathan but they all came to naught as nothing fruitful could be made of it.
Some others think however, that the move by the insurgents is another ploy to get the government to relax its guard so as to give them more room to attack innocent and defenceless towns.
On Morning Teaser today, we ask: would you advice the FG to go into negotiations with Boko Haram or for the military to go all out for them?