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"One should expect bombs dropping in Boko Haram hideouts by now"- Aisha Yesufu

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After the news of how over 40 rice farmers and fishermen were slaughtered by Boko Haram terrorist group in Borno state, Aisha Yesufu has revealed what one should be expecting by now, especially from the military.

To many people, by now, the military should have done something to retaliate the unfairly killing of Nigerian citizens by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist group. That is why Aisha Yesufu reacted saying that one should expect bombs dropping in Boko Haram hideouts by now.

Why reacting to the killing, the president of Nigeria, president Muhammadu Buhari has said security is of utmost importance to the country. He promised to ensure that more resources are made available to the military and other security agencies to prosecute the war against terrorism. Buhari said what is expected of him. He spoke deeply like a caring president.

The governor of the state, governor Zulum said that the terrorists pretended to be unarmed, so the farmers didn't notice that they were terrorists before they were killed.


While reacting to the killing, activist Aisha Yesufu thinks that one should be expecting bombs dropping in Boko Haram hideouts by now. She is right because many people are looking up to the military to retaliate and avenge the death of the killed farmers.


Aisha Yesufu also thinks the military should be at war already with the Boko Haram. She thinks that one should be hearing of air strikes and ground force action from the military. From the tone of her tweet, all she just want is revenge, and this revenge should be carried out by the military.


This is her statement.

"One should expect bombs dropping in Boko Haram hideouts by now. One should be hearing of air strikes and ground force action from military. It is an eerie silence. Is there some sort of gentleman's agreement to look the other way between the terrorists and Nigerian military?"

Since the president has promised to ensure that the military and other security agencies are given enough recourses to aid them fight the dreaded Boko Haram, I think the military will soon retaliate and avenge the death of our dear fellow citizens.