After a global outpouring of anger over the Jonathan administration persecuting brave Nigerian patriots for the “offense” of killing and arresting Boko Haram terrorists and liberating territories, head hunter Sarkin Baka Adamawa has reportedly been freed by the Nigerian government after five days in captivity, with certain conditions.
It is recalled that the brave soldiers of the Joint Task Force and Civilian-JTF were likewise threatened and occasionally actually labelled “Boko Haram” terrorists when the government decided to clamp their efforts against Boko Haram and the soldiers were with such shadow, sent out of Borno. We do not yet have the full details of all the conditions and threats imposed on Sarkin Baka.
Sarkin Baka lead the hunters, warriors, vigilantes, CJTF, ex-service men and current brave soldiers who liberated Mahia and Mubi mid last week. Subsequently the Boko Haram terrorists went to his hometown of Gombi and burned is house and then according to evidence, Boko Haram directed their people at the head of Nigerian government to persecute, arrest and harass him and limit the capacity of the gathering civilian armies who have demonstrated the capacity to bring Boko Haram to its end.
The Jonathan government was apparently upsat with the Ibn Fadlallah warriors for arresting and disgracing Boko Haram’s installed “Emire” in Mubi and expelling the terrorists from the town they had renamed “Madinatul Islam.” It can be recalled that the Jonathan government has decided on “peace” with the terrorists who are at eager and express war with the Nigerian people.
Boko Haram has since been allowed to recapture territories in Adamawa as the volunteers are being held down by the Nigerian government. Sarkin Baka was just freed Tuesday with strict conditions. there is yet to be a government statement on the reasons for his arrest.
Civil right activist have staged viral social media campaigns for his release, expressing disaffection with the Nigerian Jonathan administration for protecting Boko Haram from the anger of the people rather than protecting the people from the terror of Boko Haram.