Tuesday, July 15, 2014

“You Lied That It Was A Fire Incident, If You Hide It From People You Can’t Hide It From Allah”-Boko Haram Commander Shekau On June 25 Apapa Blast

Abubakar Shekau
Terrorist Commander Abubakar Shekau
On Sunday a video was obtained by the Associated Press showing the Islamic sect, Boko Haram, claiming responsibility for June 25 bomb attacks in Lagos and Abuja which claimed several lives.
Five persons died in the Lagos explosion which occurred very close to Folawiyo tank farm while that of Abuja which went off in a shopping mall killed 22 persons.
Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, in a 16-minute video obtained by AFP yesterday also mocks the social media and protest campaign, BringBackOurGirls, which emerged after the Islamists kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls on April 14 from Chibok.
The terrorist commander was heardm saying in the video:
“We were the ones who detonated the bomb in filthy Abuja,” Shekau said in the video referring to a June 25 attack on a popular shopping centre in Abuja that killed at least 22 people.
Later that day a huge explosion also rocked the Apapa, which the authorities blamed on a cooking gas explosion, with no casualties.
“A bomb went off in Lagos. I ordered the bomber who went and detonated it,” Shekau says in the video, which shows him flanked by at least 10 gunmen in front of two armoured personnel carriers and two pick-up trucks. “You said it was a fire incident,” he added. “Well, if you hide it from people you can’t hide it from Allah.”

Shekau, in boasting about the Lagos attack, incorrectly identifies the Governor of Lagos State, taunting Adams Oshiomhole, who is in fact the Governor of Edo State. Lagos State is governed by Babatunde Fashola.
Near the beginning of the video, Shekau calls several of the world’s most prominent Islamist extremists his “brethren.”
“May Allah protect you,” he said, listing IS chief, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Al-Qaeda head Ayman al-Zawahiri, Taliban leader Mullah Omar and several others.
Speaking in English, Shekau rmocked the BringBackOurGirls slogan used by activists to press for the release of schoolgirls.
“BringBackOurGirls… bring back our army,” he says, in what may be reference to a previous offer that the hostages could be freed if Nigeria releases Boko Haram fighters held in custody.

I guess the government tried to cover it up in other not to spread panic among the populace. May God continue to keep and protect us, Amen.

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