Here is an excerpt of the Interview, where OBJ spoke on the Boko Haram deadline issued by President Buhari.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo in an interview, said the Boko-Haram menace, will not end any moment from now.
He said this in an interview with Punch Newspaper correspondents.
Here is an excerpt of the Interview, where OBJ spoke on the Boko Haram deadline, as obtained from Punch Newspapers.
What’s your view about the Boko Haram war deadline?
I’ve talked about that. You have to have an objective, otherwise, if you say go, and you don’t an objective… An objective is not cast in concrete. Look, I want you to finish a job in two days though you know it could take probably four or five days, but you must give an objective. I believe that what the President will get and which he knows he can get, is that he can get the upper hand; the military will get the upper hand over Boko Haram and of course, I think we are working towards that. But we will not get the end of Boko Haram in three months or in six months. And even when you get the upper hand militarily, you have to do what you have to do the socio-economic aspect.