Insurgency: ‘Announce Sanctions Against Organizations, Corporations Supporting Terrorism In Nigeria’

July 6, 2020
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The Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET) has called on the United Nations to change its approach to the Boko Haram terrorism and announce sanctions against organizations and countries promoting and sponsoring the group.

CESJET gave this charge on Monday in a statement signed by Executive Secretary, Comrade Ikpa Isaac, following the recent shooting of a UN helicopter.

While condemning the attack as ” lowest act of cowardice yet on the part of Boko Haram terrorists”, the centre said that this a wake up call to the UN.

According to CESJET, the United Nations has smooched Boko Haram’s sponsors for too long and now is the time to quit playing the ostrich.

It added that the Intergovernmental organization must accept the truth about the sponsors and promoters of the terrorist groups that are killing civilians in Nigeria and other parts of West Africa.

CESJET, therefore, called on UN to “announce actions that send strong signals to the countries that are sponsoring and supporting Boko Haram, including the non-profits and non-governmental organizations as well as corporations and big businesses that answer to these countries”.

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