Our sources upon discussion with a Boko Haram terrorist was told that the “contract” the terrorists were fulfilling was to expire in two weeks to be resumed in 2015.
This could only mean that the terrorists or a group of them are due to cease actions to allow the presidential election happen and possibly assist the incumbent, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s fight for victory, before they resume their carnage across the nation’s northeast.
As the February 2015 presidential elections have approached the Nigerian president has shown increasing desperation to produce a meaningless ceasefire with the terrorists. It is believed that the President of Nigeria thinks that such announcement will be regarded as success despite Boko Haram controlling large chunks of the nation’s northeast and ruling over millions of citizens.
In the past month the Nigerian president has made two unusual meetings to the small nation of Chad, to meet dictator Idriss Deby his Chadian counterpart who is now well recognized as a sponsor of Boko Haram who arranges the supply of arms to the terrorists and also helps them strike deals to earn millions of dollars in cash in negotiations to free their abductees.
It is believed that the two leaders are pressing their agents in Boko Haram to grant them a partial and illusionary ceasefire in the next two weeks which will be sold as capital of success by the Jonathan political team. The ceasefire will expire in February next year if/afte the president clinches his victory our sources state.