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UNBELIEVABLE! Full Details On How Buhari Released 4 Boko Haram Bomb Experts & $5m Cash Gift In Exchange For Chibok Girls Exposed


It has been revealed that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari swapped four Boko Haram Commanders and Bomb Making experts in exchange for 21 Chibok girls who were released a few weeks ago.

In addition, the Nigerian government also paid a ransom of $5million cash to the Islamist terrorist. A senior official within the Directorate of State Security told LeadersNG that the swap and ransom payment was done against the advice of the agency.

“We warned Mr. President not to swap those prisoners for the Chibok girls. Those prisoners were among the most dangerous boko haram commanders and are IED experts who have been responsible for several bombings and deaths of innocent Nigerians.” our source said.

Our source went on to link the recent upsurge in the activities of the insurgents to the release of the 4 prisoners and the payment of the ransom.

According to him, “With these men back in the Boko Haram fold, they now have expert weapons and tactical knowledge that they have been deprived of for a while.”

“It is public knowledge that Lt. Col MA Ali, one of Nigerians finest officers was recently killed during a Boko Haram attack. Several other officers whose deaths have not received wide press coverage were also killed as well. In fact, the media is not reporting a lot of the casualties being suffered by the Nigerian army and civilians as a result of the war on terror.”

Our investigations revealed that Boko Haram has been requesting for the release of the 4 prisoners, who were arrested after security agencies had trailed them for as long as two years, as part of negotiations for the release of the Chibok girls since the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Sources within the DSS say that shortly before the 2015 presidential election President Jonathan had almost succumbed to political pressure from within and outside Nigeria to accede to the prisoner swap before he was advised against it by Isreali Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Many people within the Jonathan administration had sought to use to release of the Chibok girls as a campaign tool for his re-election in 2015.

The prisoners had already been put into a car before the conversation between Jonathan and Netanyahu during which Netanyahu prevailed on him to ignore the possible political benefits accruable from the release of the Chibok girls and focus on the best interests of the nation.

Our sources say Netanyahu had told Jonathan that security reports from the Isreali security apparatus indicated that Nigeria had more to lose from the release of the prisoners than she stood to gain from the release of the Chibok girls.