"Nobody Can Arrest Me, I’m Doing God’s Work," - Abubakar Shekau Says As He Mocks Nigerian Soldiers (Video)
Abubakar Shekau, chief of Jama’atu Ahlissunnah Lidda’awati Wal Jihad otherwise called Boko Haram, has claimed that he cannot be arrested because he become doing the paintings of God and ‘He will shield him’.
Shekau, who spoke in a 30-minute video seen through HumAngle in reaction to the Nigerian Army’s sparkling manhunt for him, vowed that the conflict in opposition to the government would continue even after him.
In the video, the Boko Haram leader changed into proven sitting rotated through two of his combatants conserving guns in a much less spacious room.
He stated, “Nobody can apprehend me due to the fact I’m doing God’s work. He will defend me like those doing similar work and searching for His safety.I’m very positive God will shield my commanders. We are all doing God’s work.”
The Nigerian Army had on Wednesday, November 11, kicked off a sparkling manhunt for Shekau and a number of the top Boko Haram commanders.
A banner displaying the photos of Shekau, Abu Mus’ab Albarnawy, and Ibrahim Abu Maryam, who topped the maximum wanted listing, changed into unveiled through Babagana Zulum, governor of Borno kingdom, and Tukur Buratai, Chief of Army Staff.
In his new view, which features a query and solution session, Shekau vowed that the struggle would maintain even after him.
“Arresting me will not stop the paintings we commenced. What confuses you is you think the faith is mine however it belongs to Allah,” he said.
He also spoke on the individuals of Boko Haram,.Who recanted from the organization and joined the amnesty program in the North-East. “They have left the fold of religion,” Shekau stated of the ex-warring parties.
He, but, stated he and his guys might never don't forget this type of course in their lifetime, placing apart any threat of reconciliation among his organization and the kingdom.
Shekau mocked Nigerian army in the video, pronouncing that they time and again informed human beings that he was killed despite the fact that he was nevertheless alive.
He attributed economic trouble in Nigeria to God’s vengeance against the country for its warfare against Boko Haram and it’s participants.[NewsNaira]