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Boko Haram Ceasefire Is Political Gimmick, Muslim Youth Say

NACOMYO has said President Jonathan's ceasefire negotiation with the Boko Haram sect is a political propaganda.

A muslim youth association, the National Council of Muslim Youth Organisation (NACOMYO), has said the Federal Government's ceasefire arrangement with the Boko Haram sect is a politically inspired move

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In a statement issued by the NACOMYO National President, Alhaji Kamal’ddin Akintunde in Abuja, on Monday, the youths say, thought the ceasefire is welcomed, its timing suggests it is nothing but a political gimmick ahead of  the elections.

Akintunde said President Goodluck Jonathan’s delay in negotiating a ceasefire makes his sudden interest a questionable electioneering propaganda.

It called on the Federal Government to put nation first in all decisions.

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