SHOCKER: Kano suicide bomber says father donated her to Boko Haram

Teenage Suicide Bomber

A 13-year-old female suicide bomber, arrested after failing to detonate her deadly belt as two of her colleagues did at Kano’s Kwari textile market two weeks ago, has narrated how she was handed by her father to suspected Boko Haram jihadists, who indoctrinated her and others to carry out mass killings.

Zahharau Babangida spoke to journalists Wednesday, 14 days after police detained her as she sought medical help following the twin blasts by her two colleagues at the market.

Six persons, including the two suicide bombers, died in the attack, while seven others were injured, police said at the time.

Kano Police Commissioner, Aderele Shinaba, said after the attack that the girls arrived at the busy market pretending to be buyers of textile materials before detonating their explosives.

Speaking to journalists at the Kano Police headquarters Wednesday, Zahharau, the would-be third bomber, said she and the other girls were trained in a bush by heavily armed men who threatened to bury them alive if they turned down the mission.

Zahharau said she and her mother were taken to the location by her own father, who handed them over to people whom she described as being of different tribes and races, including both black and Arabs.

A native of Damaturu in Yobe State, Zahharau said she and her family lived in Kano for years before she was handed over to men in the bush, whom she said constantly preached to her and the other girls about suicide missions.

“I was in the bush when the people some who looks like Arabs and some huge black men told me that did I know what is suicide mission, that is one killing himself? I said no I don’t know, they explained it to me and said that if I did plus reciting Sura Albakara I will straight go to Paradise,” Zahharau narrated.

“I declined and told them I will not do it, they now told me that they would dig a hole and bury me alive because that is what they do to all women who refuse to adhere to their demands, and they said they meant what they said, I now complied,” she narrated.

Zahharau, who spoke in Hausa, said when she finally agreed to go on the suicide mission, she and the other two young girls were sent to Kano directly from the training location which she said she could not remember.

She said they were dropped at Kwari market by their guide who left them there.

“When we entered the market one among the three of us said, ‘ok let’s detonate the bombs but we should separate ourselves,” she narrated. “I still refused to follow them but because I was close to them when they blew up themselves I was injured and I quickly came to the road where I got Keke and asked him to take me to Dawanau.”

Dawanau is where Zahharau said she lived with her family.

When she arrived there, she located her house but said her female neighbours refused to accommodate her because their husbands were not at home.

As she continued to bleed, Zahharau said the man who rode her on Keke, a tricycle used for commercial transportation, asked if there was anybody to take her to hospital as she continued to bleed from her wounds.

“I was now taken to the hospital…and after arriving there the doctors were treating me when the Keke man quickly came in and asked me who was the owner of the bomb in his Keke, I said I owned it. That was how security personnel were invited and I was whisked away.”

Earlier, the Kano State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Shinaba who addressed journalists alongside the Director State Security Service, SSS, Bassey Itang, said one of the guides of Zahharau had been arrested.

He did not say what has happened to the father of the girl.

The police chief noted that the arrest of the teenager with one of her guides, now in police custody, was a great success because it led the police to other findings.


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  • Gideon Orkar

    premium terrorist times stop lying. GEJ donated this girl from Otuoke to go and bomb Kano. She is not from the North at all, she is Ijaw

  • Ejimkonye

    …and they say buhari and APC are the right choice for Nigeria. God is gradually exposing the real problems (APC) of Nigeria. Thank God for GEJ!

    • Peace_3

      If you are not wise at Christmas, you will never be wisewise in your life. Where did you read about Buhari in the story. Is it not possible that the bombings are being done by people outside of APC? Has the police who are keeping the girl arrested any member of the opposition? The police could have tortured the girl to mention the name of a prominent APC member in Kano or elsewhere. The fact that this did not or has not happened is a goodgood indication that the government has nothing against the opposition.

      • pheliciti

        Should they not have picked up the father before releasing this story? Something doesn’t add up. Are they tipping off the father so he can take off before arrest? I pray this does not go under like previous cases bungled in the course of investigation

        • Ejimkonye

          Your ideas don’t make any sense, nevertheless, that is the reason why buhari MUST NOT BE ALLOWED to rule that country. His agents are super crazy!!! Vote GEJ!!!!

          • pheliciti

            Quit being emotional and apply some logic, that is, if it is not too much of an endeavor for your maggot infested grey matter.
            Now what is senseless to you? The need to arrest the father or the perennial need to get to the root of the cases? In your rush to attack, you have portrayed yourself as uninterested in getting to the root of this matter but more interested in blaming Buhari! Did I ask you to vote Buhari? Did I seek your opinion about who to vote? Why don’t you keep your part-hate and part-ignorance fueled opinion to your self. You may think you are earning a living from the crumbs they pay you for these views that are constantly bereft of thinking, however the big picture is that you can do better for yourself in a country that is better run.. For now, I cannot blame you as you have never enjoyed the dignity that comes with honest labour. I doubt if your role models experienced it too. Sadly, it’s not solely your fault.

          • Alcindo Satori

            Your semantics is senseless. The worldhas evolved… learn to be concise.

          • pheliciti

            LWKMD
            Remember this was why you dropped out of school? When they taught you what your head could not comprehend, you blamed your teachers, the curriculum and the stars… see where you ended?

          • Alcindo Satori

            thank you… but I ended up in Miami — a University of Miami graduate; bachelor (engineering) and masters (business) btw. Go ‘Canes!! Back to you, so how are things looking up these days?

          • pheliciti

            One should be able to tell the quality of your education from the way think, comprehend and communicate. So far, it seems it’s all wasted

      • shaibu

        Ejim is bitter wiser than u peace. U have not travel around northern Nigeria I presume.
        Where are u when buhari was making un guided statement e.g baboon and blood will soak and making govt ungovernable in nigeria. As u know those hausa people, they work on what there leader tell them. Buhari is anti peace. Someone who enjoy seening the death of non hausa-fulani. He will continue to be a serial looser and borrower.

        • Guest

          Stop telling lie ! The person that said Nigeria will be ungovernable if …….is not Buhari the man is a member of PDP. IF YOU DON’T KNOW THE MAN CONTACT RUBEN ABATI HE WILL TELL YOU THE NAME OF THE MAN. STOP TELLING LIE ANY BODY THAT USED HIS MOUTH TO UTTER A LIE HE IS AN AGENT OF SATAN.

      • Ejimkonye

        …and who are you to define wisdom? Look, this election is critical to the future of Nigeria and no dictator/coupist/junta/book pretender SHOULD be allowed next to Aso Rock!! So shall it be!!

    • tundemash

      Mr. f00l is APC and Buhari above the law ? Why has Dumbo not used the law to arrest and prosecute those you claim sponsors Boko Haram and protect little girls like this ? Is Buhari and APC too powerful for the coward Dumbo Jo?
      Why are you so bereft of any critical thinking whatsoever ?

      • Alcindo Satori

        Is this cockroach still talking? still opinionated?! Boko apologist?!! Swine

        • DR. KELECHI IFEJIAGWA

          ALL OF YOU OPPOSING TUNDEMASH ARE THE FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLS, IDIOTIC IGNORAMUSES AND EVEN THE BOKO-HARAMS. ‘NOT SURPRISED YOU ARE REFERRING A TO FREE AND POSITIVE MINDED MAN AS “COCKROACH”…EVEN AS UR GENOCIDAL- PDP GOV. IN KATSINA HAD.

          SHOULD ANYTHING HAPPEN TO BROS TUNDEMASH, WE WILL DEFINITELY FISH YOU OUT TO FACE THE MUSIC…FOOLS – LIKE PRESIDENT…LIKE DUMBO…LIKE FOLLOWERS

          • Alcindo Satori

            Real men don’t write in capital letters… Only squids do. Just an advise

        • tundemash

          Creek Monkey , I thought you ought to help your other amnesty miscreant to think and answer the queries ?

          is APC and Buhari above the law ? Why has Dumbo not used the law to arrest and prosecute those you claim sponsors Boko Haram and protect little girls like this ? Is Buhari and APC too powerful for the coward Dumbo Jo?

      • Tonnero

        Their thinking capacity is circumscribed by ethnicity and money. You waste your time trying to get them to think straight. Ain’t gonna happen.

        • Alcindo Satori

          … and yours is centered on what? Unity? Patriotism?! This coming from a yoruba man?

  • Wale Adeniyi

    God will certainly judge all those playing politics with the lives of Nigerians. It’s amazing that even after this confession, some EVIL People on this site will open their Rott*n mouths which are actually gateways to their demonic souls and tell us GEJ is sponsoring them and trying to destroy the north.
    @ Amazing2012, wahala, Endingnaija, glo, TundeMESS, Kay soyemi, maria, Xman, screw-em, etc, WHY MUST YOU PLAY POLITICS WITH THE BLOOD OF INNOCENT SOULS LIKE THIS GIRL??
    Amazing2012, are you not under a CURSE now for knowing about this all the time yet blaming someone else??

    • tundemash

      A monkey thinks far better than you. What in this interview proves otherwise that the sponsors of Boko Haram are not teh ones meeting in Chad ? Do you expect this little girl to know the behind the scenes negotiation that took place between her father and the Boko Haram group or what exactly is yur point Mr. d@ft ?
      Cl0wn … did you reason that he father ought to have been arrested before releasing this story to the press ?

      • ikenna

        you have the brain of a 2 years old child

        • Alcindo Satori

          You’re too kind to him. He’s dumber than a cockroach!

        • Tonnero

          The views of the Igbo are inconsequential. You have no ability to think beyond your ethnicity and money. Come back and contribute when you are able to think Nigeria and not Igbo, SE or BIAFRA.

          • Alcindo Satori

            As long as clowns/distortion agents like you continue to exist, PDP/GEJ must fight on!

        • Yusuf

          and U have no brain at all

        • tundemash

          still better than the monkey brain youhave got Mr. Imbec1le !

    • PROF

      Those guys will not trun up today ,this girl is either their child or sister ,i guess they are trying to release her ASAP. The muslim north should speak out against their leaders before its too late .

    • PROF

      What an Irony ,The girls name is babagida ! Does that ring a bell ?

    • Tonnero

      You are not thinking straight. Some of the reasons for suspecting GEJ of complicity (either active or passive) are:

      1. GEJ seems comfortable with letting this thing fester. In the face of a calamitous failure of our security agencies to get this thing under control, no one has been sanctioned tal less of fired
      2. Even where farmers and vigilantes have proved able to deal some deadly blows to BH, our highly trained soldiers run away in front of BH.
      3. BH typically attacks villages in convoys of vehicles in areas that are supposedly under emergency rule. Yet these guys still have free rein to terrorize our citizens and cart away our Children
      4. The romance between GEJ, Modu Sheriff and the Chadian government is, at best, uncomfortable and explanations by out government on what Sheriff was doing being part of the entourage during GEJs visit to Chad are not satisfactory. Sheriff’s role in the recent landing of a Russian plane at Kano airport is even more puzzling. If the cargo belongs to Chad and Sherriff went to free it on their behalf, it raise serious issues about the Sheriff-GEJ-Chad link that are still unaddressed.
      5. The ferrying of large sums of CASH by a legitimate Nigerian government through hired jets belonging to private individuals purportedly to buy weapons from the black market is the stuff of James Bond movies and leaves more questions than answers
      6. The attack by the FGN on the Australian Davies was uncalled for. It is the same approach used to deal with Sanusi. Someone tells you he knows the people who have been causing trouble for you. Rather than interrogate them, you quickly jump in defense of those people. Normal intelligence gathering will send people to pick up what Davis says he knows, investigate thoroughly before dismissing the allegations. If you treat one whistleblower this way, why should others come up?
      7. After the abduction of the Chibok girls, a global coalition was forming to find the girls and defeat BH. These included US, France, the UK etc. Can you tell us what happened since then?

      I can go on and on including Azazi’s statement before his death. The fact is if GEJ is not complicit, then he is extremely incompetent. Take your pick.

      • Titi

        This people will never answer your question because they do not even have the answers

    • Yusuf

      Wale no matter how much u try u can not clean your President until and unless he is able to prosecute the real people behind the evil. U have either eaten govt money or your heart is too blind to see the clear truth. With about N5trl to security in 6yrs u can not prosecute one single high level culprist; this is the height of complicity, incompetency and irresponsibility. is it the ordinary man on the street that will expose the sponsors of this evil or the Governors that were once put under house arrest by an ASP

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      @Mr. Adekoniyi,

      Many thanks for keeping an eye out for me as a gate keeper, whilst I enjoyed a Merry Christmas.

      This is indeed a sad development that must be condemned by all right thinking human beings.

      I am just surprised that someone with your obvious capability for reading and writing was not able to think deeply enough and wonder the girl’s father did not “donate” her to the acclaimed “Almajiri Schools” that your Ph.D holder was touting, but to boko haram instead.

      Does this suggest the Almajiri School concept was dead on arrival?

  • Manasseh

    This person using Gideon orkaa’ s name pls stop it. U are not orkaa. He is my relative ND I am not happy someone is using his name for vicious reasons.

  • emmanuel

    If the girl was not taken into custody only yesterday, you should know that tue securities would have done some work before parading her.

    A lot of the FG critics are more of paid agents who hardly articulate a good thought pattern before making comments.

    They are usually in a hurry to please their masters and undescerning minds

    • Tonnero

      You are an irritating twerp with an extremely small brain seeking to pontificate on issues that are clearly beyond your ken. You mean it is not enough to criticize the government after tens of thousands have died, hundreds of people have been abducted and not found, whole towns, villages have been taken while states have been threatened, soldiers have been killed with some by their own superiors, military barracks have been sacked with weapons carted away and tens of billions of dollars have been expended but the end is still not in sight……. I wonder what kind of callous person you are if you think criticism is by paid agents. Maybe you want all of us to die first before criticism of your God will be OK. I think you and those who gave you thumbs up are the very definition of foolishness for your willingness to give up logic, empathy and rational thinking on the alter of ethnicity, religion, partisanship or money. Maybe the day they abduct your mother and sisters, you will understand that GEJ’s inability to quash five years of insurgency by a ragtag band of terrorists is not only worthy of criticism but is a crime in itself. Id!ot.

      • Concerned One

        Please, Preach On brother. With the level of Hate, Blind Sentiments and Ethnic fanaticism being displayed by some dogs foolishly supporting GEJ, there appears no hope, and end tho these disasters happening.

  • mao

    This story could be true. Any body that has lived in northern nigeria and understands the problems inherent in that society knows this is very possible. There is a culture of irresponsibility that pervades northern nigeria and things like this is how it manifest. Misunderstanding of religion makes people very vulnerable to carry out such acts of irresponsibility. Now if you are a leader saddled with the responsibility of leading this country, you should have a decent understanding of this problem. In summary, we are been attacked by foreign elements who use our lack of organisation and absence of leadership to carryout these acts of terrorism. Solution: we have to start expelling illegal immigrants, regulate religion, change our curriculum to include more secular ideoligies and deemphasis religion in our public lives. When you look at these problems objectively, we cant help but wonder how this present govt will handle it. Do they have the capacity to do so? Is there the will? Leadership must understand the challenges they face and build capacity appropriately. Sambo, who is the highest serving northerner in this govt has the intellect of a kindergarten. His principal is worse. So how can you expect any serious response from this govt. A govt that wasted time, money and resources blaming northerners, APC etc for a problem that is home grown. In truth, we northers and indeed nigerians have some blame in this problem but the reason we elect leaders is for them to solve these problems. For this and a number of other reason, I advice nigerians to appeal to their conscience and vote out this clueless govt to enable us begin to plan and reinstate this country where it truly belongs: at the pinnacle of nations.

    • Dr. Ahmad

      As taught as your write up seems, I still have to agree with most of it. But i think secularism is not the solution to nigerian problem infact it will never work even if governed by an illuminate. I think the solution lies in education and social justice. The rejection of the Sodomy Bill from our NASS is just a demonstration that there is unity in our diversity

  • Lanre

    The decision by Obasanjo to allow the North to introduce sharia into the penal code/system is what has allowed this problem to fester. The North has dug a whole for itself as Islamists from everywhere in the world (Libya, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan Afghanistan, Nigeria) converge to wreak havoc on the virgin, ungoverned land of Northern Nigeria. They (The Islamists) are afraid to move South because amongst them (from what these girl has narrated) are those who do not speak Igbo, Yoruba or the other ethnic languages in the South.
    So how to get out of the problem? Decentralization. Confederation. Regional, local policing. Neither Jonathan nor Buhari can solve this problem. It is not a war. This is societal. It is deeper than the surface appearance of a military conflict. The North has chosen a different path. Let them live with it. Enough said.

    • Dr. Ahmad

      The Sharia legal code was there hundreds of years before OBJ was born, it was in our constitution before and after independence, even the white man could not abolish it, the sharia courts were there…What Yarima and other politicians did was only a political noise that ended up denting the image of the sharia law. they practically added nothing to the Islamic legal system in Nigeria. There is noting wrong about the Islamic legal system infact it is one of the greatest contributor to modern law; reading contract law is like reading some chapters of the quran. You can google ‘history of law’ and get some evidence from encyclopedia such as “…One of the major legal systems developed during the Middle Ages was Islamic law and jurisprudence….Hawala itself (an islamic law institute) later influenced the development of the Aval in French civil law and the Avallo in Italian law…”, the Aval and Avallo where there long before the British common law. The world has no morality to raise a finger on islamic law unless the world is completely filled with illiterates and ingrates. However, I must admit with no doubt, the sentiment with which the Nothern-Nigeria muslim community took the sharia issue out of ignorance endangered Islam, the North and Nigeria at large. Although the BH has its roots from sharia misconception the killing of innocent people only has to do with government inactiveness and attitude of the President that his enemies should kill themselves; but in reality the Boko army can be defeated in a matter of days because they are in a few hundreds cornered in a small location and the generality of people consider them antiislamic and antihuman

      • larry

        Interesting Writeup. Do you mean the sharia we are seeing been practiced by ISIS is good? Cos even muslims seem to be running away from these areas to kurdish areas.

        • Tonnero

          Your question is akin to asking whether the Christianity being practiced by the South African Dutch Reformed Church which endorsed racism as ordained by God is good. The fact is, bad people in all religions seek to endorse their evil acts with their religion. Unfortunately though, in Islam, religious extremists seem to be winning against moderate Islam.

        • blackdove

          Isis is a terrorist group which hides under the cloak of Islam. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Dubai all have sharia system, but they accommodate non Muslims and you can find huge populations of non Muslims in these countries. I’m a christian from the south but one who travels wide.

        • Dr. Ahmad

          ISIS is a blasphemy on Islam and Sharia just like BH in Nigeria, who ever kill an innocent life is far away from the teachings of Islam, just like in any other religion that I know. Islamic violence is a creation of a world order after the fall of Ottoman empire (after first world war) and the Muslims allowed themselves to become the cause of their pains and pains of so many people around the world, there is nothing to be proud of what a generality of Muslims do to create violence. But as Tonnero said the Catholic Church under king Afonso V of Potugal tagged blacks as animals during early slave trade in order to justify using blacks as commodity, me and u are still viewed by most whites as animals for that reason but the evil has nothing to do with the religion of Jesus Christ whom the world knows to be the reliever of pains

          • Otile

            Right on aboki, go ahead and preach your taqiyya to the feeble-minded, but remember the devil is a lair.

          • Dr. Ahmad

            The devil only lies to the deaf whose heart is sealed from the truth

          • Otile

            The devil also lies to 13 year old girls who do not know any better.

          • larry

            Dr Ahmad ! Thanks for the honest response ,hope you continue to share your tots regularly .

      • Tonnero

        I wish I could give you more than one up vote.

        • Otile

          Why not ask him to strap the bomb on himself and do the bombing instead of deceiving innocent girls?

          • Concerned One

            Just like a Rodent, Pest or Vermin, u always pop up uninvited, and foolishly. Your likes are very few and unneeded here. Until your malicious brain and life is formatted and renewed, pls stay off, we are reading from sensible people, which your likes can never understand.

          • Otile

            From sensible people who use taqiyya to deceive little girls to bomb people in motor parks and market places abi?

      • Lanre

        Dr. Ahmad. Thank you for the education. Please read the codified laws of Nigeria and tell me where it allows for the amputation of the limb of a convict (as punishment for a crime, anywhere)? Kindly educate me on who has jurisdiction over criminal adjudication in Nigeria? You mentioned Yerima who married an underage girl and ferreted her from Egypt. I guess Sharia allows that. But does it allow me to be punished for drinking alcohol or destroying my investments in distributing Alcohol? Since you addressed me, just to let you know I am beyond convincing. I believe Nigeria is grossly mismanaged and the reason is because those who actually work and own the wealth in Nigeria are not allowed to manage, control and use their own resources. My suggestion to Jonathan which was ignored was to hold a referendum to determine if and how Nigerians want to live together. Buhari does not look to me like someone that will solve that challenge. Until Nigeria is broken up into regional/administrative constituents as a prelude to independence for willing ethnic units, we will continue to engage in these back and forth.

    • Tonnero

      Lanre, Sharia is not the issue. It is religious intolerance and extremism. Do not forget that there was a time when Christianity was just as bad. Fortunately, Christianity has managed to overcome that kind of thinking while some muslims are still rooted in the past. I hear some of you complain about Sharia on one hand but advocate for Federalism on the other without being aware that Federalism by definition seeks to give maximum room for each federating unit to practice the things that are dear to them. Shariah is the Islamic legal code and exists side by side in Nigera with the western and customary codes. The problem is trying to force others to live by your own code. Let us understand the problem so we can correctly tackle it and not resort to spreading fear and hate.

      • Dr. Ahmad

        Thank u my broda we should understand the problem and preach tolerance and social justice violence doesn’t chose its victims

    • blackdove

      It was in the 1999 constitution and there was nothing Obassnjo could do about it. Sharia was left to the states to decide by 2/3 majority.

  • Yusuf

    heart breaking

  • Lanus

    Had this girl been found by the angry youth of Kano after the bomb blast, they would’ve set her ablaze and so the vital information that led to the arrest of the guide.
    This girl should be given the highest level of security and care.
    The human mind is a mysterious thing.With the right techniques, a lot persons could be brain-washed. If the Americans can be brain- washed into killing themselves e.g Guyana in 80s, or just recently, believing that the world was going to end on a particular day,despite their economic and educational wellbeing compared to us here, our own people can be far easily manipulated.
    The Muslim community must do more enlightenment to educate their follows with the dangers of this evil

  • Weeping Nigerian

    Some people don’t want elections to hold in Northern Nigeria for fear of losing…no wonder more bombings and acts of terror are taking place. Take a cue all anti-Buhari haters and search inwardly for answers. Leave the innocent man alone.

  • the truth

    We blame jonathan,he must have told her father that islam preaches for this kind of acts.

    • Tonnero

      Here you go again. Law enforcement, the protection of the life and welfare of every Nigerian citizen is the job of the CinC. We are not saying these religious and ethnic challenges are easy, but your Oga has no solution to it and has allowed it to fester for 5 years resulting in the deaths of tens of thousands of people. Behaviours like this have occurred in the past. It is the job of the CinC to ensure they are quickly nipped in the bud. Your statement is like saying because the KKK in America is racist, when they kill blacks, it is the white community that should control them and it is not the problem of anyone in the White House! We know you are pro GEJ despite your earlier pretensions to being neutral, and that is OK. But you need to look at issues beyond GEJ: maintains law and order is the job of the President whether that president is Jonathan, Buhari or someone else

      • Alcindo Satori

        Thanks for explaining nothing! Buhari/APC is responsible!!!

        • Tonnero

          My friend, leave here. I already told you and your friend elsewhere That your likes are not capable of thinking beyond ethnicity and money. Come back when you can think Nigeria.

          • Alcindo Satori

            … and I shall continue to write! So that APC agents like you can be exposed!! likening KKK to terrorism… explains why Nigerians can’t pass WAEC. even Americans have not done so.

          • Judepolitics

            YOU SHOULD LEAVE HERE…#NONSENSE

      • the truth

        This goes back to my point which I have always maintained but I have always been abused on this same forum.if the root cAuse of islamic radicalization is not tackled more deaths are tp come.most people yourself included has let ethnic and political stigma cloud your eyes to the truth.u comparing kkk to this event shows your shallow and clueless understanding of islamic radicalization.I would use Minnesota as an example, where locals were able to tame islamic extremism in their community.gej should be blamed that imams are teaching extremist views and fathers are being brainwashed to give their kids out.I am neutral and my body language should tell u that

      • Titi

        my broda you have spoken but the deaf and dumb can not hear you no matter how loud u speak

        • Judepolitics

          He has said nothing… It doesn’t matter who is President. IF a father sells his child to Boko Haram for religious reasons, it is like telling the President to regulate what Christians give as Offering in Church. IT IS NOT POSSIBLE

      • Judepolitics

        Get away… Shameless flub. A father gives his daughter out to be used (killed, raped, defiled, bombed?) and it is the President’s fault? You’re just utterly shameless…

      • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

        If the solution is so easy,one wonders why the whole super powers combined with their military,political and technological prowess have not defeated,the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan,the Al-quaeda,ISIS,Al-Shabab etc.
        The idea of using GEJ as a punching bag for a global menace clearly hijacked by northern politicians for political objectives is wickedly senseless. One day GEJ will not be President but will BH which has clearly gone beyond their control of those who sponsor them will probably keep wrecking havoc into the distant future !!

    • blackdove

      No we should blame Buhari for giving her out to Arab men to train her as a suicide bomber.

      • Judepolitics

        He was the one appointed to negotiate for them

  • Nwa Aba {Biafran}

    Blame Jonathan not the father

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      HA….ha….ha…….Bro me,
      You are absolutely right,they will blame GEJ !

    • Judepolitics

      Lol… Where are the Buhari/Osibajo goons? #Nonsense

  • Otile

    What continent Nigeria needs most is separation. Accommodating devout
    Muslims seeking to sleep with virgins in paradise does not work. It has
    not worked in Afghanistan, Somalia, Syria, and it cannot work in
    Nigeria. Islam is a bane on society. Islamists need their own country
    as Imam Abu Shekau is rightly trying to establish.

    • Big Alhaji

      I pity U Biafran commando; keep trying but u can not get your divorce because I didn’t even marry U, U are my ordinary concubine. When I am tired of U i will sell U out

      • Otile

        You see, devout Muslims only thing about toto. See, we are discussing a life and death matter the only thing that comes to your mind is concubine, toto and women.

        Don’t talk to me again.

        • Big Alhaji

          Sorry, I know it hurts, but you are not going anywhere. u will live and die as a Nigerian

  • Leon Ash

    She is a victim and should not have been arrested.

  • Otile

    @Big Alhaji, you see, devout Muslims only think about toto. See, we are discussing a life and death matter the only thing that comes to your mind is concubine, toto and women.

    Don’t talk to me again.

  • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

    As long as those verses which advocate violent Jihad are constantly infused into the psyche of Muslims,there will always be fanatics ready to sacrifice themselves and their children in pursuance of paradise,heavenly sex orgies with numerous virgins,etc.
    Boko-haram is existing because of support from northern Nigerian fanatics who believe in the Islamic conviction of Jihad,these are then manipulated by other free-loaders like politicians for the attainment of political objectives !!

    • solozo

      It would be good if for once, our security forces can properly interrogate this child and get insights into the operations of this group. Instead of looking for cheap publicity and throwing accusations and counter_accusations around, we should explore this opportunity to understand the workings and brains behind BH. For instance, it is already important to note that Arabs are involved in this terrorism that we face. What more can we find out? Who are these so called handlers? Why did the father donate his child? Is that one of the major strategies of the group? Serious issues are here and petty politics should take a back seat for once

  • Okey

    Please, interrogate the father of that girl properly to confirm his relationship with President Jonathan, where and how he met President Jonathan. Because, had that girl succeeded in her devilish mission, operatives of a major opposition political party would have been circulating messages all over Nigeria, the North West in particular, on how “Jonathan is sending Boko Haram to kill our people – the Hausa/Fulani and Kanuri.” Please, let the father of that girl speak to us on where and how he met Jonathan and how and where Jonathan commissioned him and his daughter.

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      Leave them to their self destruct propaganda .If there is no courage to accept a problem,there will be no hope of ever finding a solution to the problem. Many from the Sharia north and elsewhere are in denial,they blame Jonathan for a global phenomenon which northern politicians hijacked for the sole purpose of wresting political power back to the north !

  • sharp shape

    This is the gift bokohari and thiefnubu wants to give us ! A wahabi paradise ! Enjoy nigerians !

  • RationalThinker

    Pls bring no harm to the little.

  • 10thOpinion

    Nigerians are the victims of themselves from well before boko haram, ‘see’ that and perhaps there is a chance of some salvation

  • ibrahim

    too late to hide her beautiful face. she should be celebrated and treated with cormfort and respect so that many others may turn up/turn in. the video was crystal clear – Modou Sheriff – not foreign Minister, not serving govrenor or state official- sits next to President Jonathan – ONLY when the President visits chad the den of Boko Haram. Marobout tell-am blood = votes

  • South

    BOKO HARAM, MAI TATSINE AND CRIMINAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (C.A.N): THE BITTER TRUTH

    “Marwa Maitatsine, was a Christian until his death!!

    Back in 1954, there were series of meetings by the
    highest body of Christian association in the northern Nigeria, in Jos, which I
    happened to be the secretary, taking the minutes of that meeting (then, I was
    an undergraduate student of Christian Theology). Part of the result of that
    meeting was, to sponsor some people among
    ‘us’ to go to Arab countries as new Muslim converts, and learn Arabic and Islam.
    Their mission is to come back to Nigeria as Muslims clerics, use their Islamic
    knowledge to preach violence, distort original Islamic teachings and if
    possible cause a riot in the North that will make northern Nigeria a history.
    Five people were nominated for the job, and sent to Sudan to start their
    mission. 3 of them refused to come back and execute their plan, but spent the
    rest of their lives in Sudan as true Muslims. The remaining two; Muhammad Marwa
    and Birema came back, Marwa was sent to Kano, and Birema was sent to Niamey
    Niger Republic.”….Pro­fessor Dauda Ojobi

    +++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­++++++++++++++

    Professor Dauda Ojobi, a former secretary of
    Northern Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), a retired Professor in Benue
    State University faculty of Law, the 3rd Reverend Father from northern Nigeria,
    after Paul Gindiri, and GG Ganaka, The first Nigerian overseer of Baptist
    Church in Kaduna, and One time commissioner of Justice in Bauchi State.

    +++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+

    Mai Tatsine the obsolete version of Boko Haram,
    which began their reign in late 50’s in Kano and some other parts of Northern
    Nigeria, their ideologies were similar to that of Boko Haram, they forbade what
    Islam allowed, and allowed what Islam made haram. They claimed western
    education is sin, they rejected anything brought by technology, they were
    popular with saying, wearing a wrist watch is haram, using radios and
    television is haram e.t.c. (considering the technological advancement of that
    period). The spiritual leader of Maitatsine movement was Muhammad Marwa a.k.a
    Mai Tatsine. The Emir of Kano Sanusi, once suspected Maitasine as fake Muslim
    when he discovered Maitatsine received goods from Vatican Palace. After sarki confirmed
    his findings, he expelled Maitatsine out of Kano, in early 60’s. Mai Tatsine
    was later brought back to Kano by Gov. Rimi in 1979. Rimi believed that
    Maitatsine would help him win his reelection through charm. After the
    Maitatsine’s death, Shagari, the then President set a Anya Goru panel to
    investigate the crises. Prof. Dauda has made his submission in that panel, but
    when the President, saw the report, he said no, the white paper will not be
    issued on this report, because it may result to crises, so the white paper was
    not issued, till date.

    Professor Dauda became Muslim in 1966, after he
    came back from Rome, where he went to further his studies, in Christian
    Theology. He is still alive and has become a Muslim preacher for over 40 years.
    What I quoted above was from his lecture I attended in Bauchi, 2002.

    +++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+++++++++++++++­+

    -Ever since, no any Christian scholar or CAN
    executive denied this statement from Prof. Dauda . Are they waiting for his
    death before they deny it?

    -Security operatives that always claim they want
    uproot the Boko Haram mayhem did not investigate in that angle, why?

    -Why the relationship between Jerry Gana (CAN
    chieftain) and Muhammad Yusuf, founder of Bokoharam? The former has bailed the
    later from police custody several times.

    -I see a double standard approach and hypocrisy by
    the security personnel, in the investigation.

    -I began to believe Boko Haram is the creation of
    some enemies of Islam possibly CAN (not Christian), is never a creation of
    Muslims.

    -Remember, Hillary Clinton once said Taliban is
    their creation, to fight Russians.