The Federal Government has revealed the real reason why it has chosen to pull terrorists into its bosom, allowing a somewhat large scale of terrorism to flourish.

It stated, through an 80-year-old speech and hearing impaired clerk, that the amnesty granted to Boko Haram insurgents is only to prevent biting attacks.

Boko Haram Terrorists in Rehab

Terrorists Sai-ing Baba

The statement added that the government is ensuring that it does nothing to offend the terrorists so as not to trip off the wire that could cause the country to be burned down.

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It stated that it wasn’t in fear, only taking cautious steps to ensure that lives are taken but not too much.

Boko Haram Terrorists in a lecture hall

How not to be a terrorist lecture ongoing

Owing to the overenthusiasm of the insurgent group, the government has decided to walk on eggshells around matters concerning the “men with the mouth” in the northern region of the country.

“Ass-kissing isn’t what we would call it but deliberate diplomacy,” says the 80-year-old speech and hearing impaired clerk.

Nigerians have been assured that their government is certainly on its side, however, you are advised to leave if and when you see fit.

Boko Haram Terrorists congregating alfresco

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The swelling population is another hindrance to finding a solution to the problem of terrorism in the country, according to the government.

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“People are just too many in this country,” complained the clerk’s clerk who is 82 years old.

Resources are being diverted to the enrichment of some Nigerians, and these Nigerians have been experiencing an increased greed level.

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