Millions in Nigeria Enslaved in #Bokoistan as North East Is colonized by Boko Haram- Dr. Peregrino Brimah;

Over 2 million Nigerians are currently living in Bokoistan , the
occupied territories in Nigeria’s northeastern States; Borno,
Adamawa and Yobe. According to a report in Daily Trust
Monday, November 03, 2014 by Abdullahi Idris, the total land
mass currently captured by Boko Haram is over 20,000 square
kilometers, which is bigger than three Nigerian States. Over 10
local governments have been swallowed by Bokoistan, they
include as we have earlier listed : Gamboru-Ngala, Dikwa,
Abadam, Marte, Bama, Madagali, Gulak, Gwoza, Mitchika, Mubi,
some names of occupied towns are: Vintim, Ran, Gulumba,
Ngala, Wulgo, Banki, Darjamal, Nguro Soye, Izge, Ashgashia,
Pulka, Ngoshe among others.
A Serf System
Naira is no longer the currency of occupied Bokoistan. Trade is
by barter and all enslaved citizens are forced to submit their
earnings and produce to the Boko Haram authorities. Women we
spoke to in the occupied lands explained how the terrorists
come and seize all valuables and essentials of living from their
homes including stored food and kerosene. Terrorists also seize
the young at will for sex or to be forcefully trained in large
groups of thousands of conscripted youth, new armies. In
regions like Gwoza and Bama, over the last two months of
occupation, thousands have been slaughtered at will as genocide
is the way of the new nation: 4,333 have been killed in Bama by
the Tashama Bama, escapee count from last Monday.
Nigeria’s military has collapsed. Years of massive embezzlement
and sabotage of the military under the PDP political
administration has left the military totally unable to mount a
résistance to Boko Haram invading forces, talk less reoccupy
annexed land. The 40,000 Nigerian troops can no longer defend
Nigeria from the 30-50,000 and increasing Boko Haram French
controlled forces. Boko Haram is conscripting thousands of able
youth in Bama, Gwoza, Mubi and all other occupied areas. They
celebrate the systematic handing over of Nigeria’s arsenal to
them as happens each barrack they take over. From Mubi, Boko
Haram have been rejoicing the receipt of container loads of
new arms and ammunition which their new conscripts will be
armed with.
While The Jonathan-led Nigerian government refuses to enable
the arming of civilians in the northeast and volunteers from
around the nation to defend the integrity of the rest of
Nigeria; Boko Haram on the contrary is arming all who it
occupies to develop a most deadly army that will have the
potential to overpower any in West Africa.
No Hope From Religious and Traditional And State Leaders
The state representatives; the various traditional and religious
leaders as well as the Statesmen and other northern and
entire Nigerian co-called elders have abandoned the cause of
the people in occupied lands and the cause of Nigeria as a
whole in effect. Leadership is no longer a pride and office of
service, but simply an opportunity to amass cash and purchase
property abroad (to evacuate the family). The plight of the
people of Borno has probably been left to the Sheikh of Borno
who has likewise not been very publicly noticed shouting and
making resolutions for his people to be defended and to defend
The plight of the people of Adamawa perhaps has been left to
the Lamido of Adamawa alone. There has been no uproar and
notable decision from the Sultan of Sokoto towards proactive
involvement of the north in the defense of territories being
lost. Perhaps these leaders are not cognizant of the fact that
the Boko Haram forces will stop nowhere and will stop at
nothing till they overtake the entire north and nation.
The new Emir of Kano, who the people of Nigeria stood up to
defend; rather than being heard and seen proactively engaged
in the organization of a northern and Nigerian civilian and
army response to defend and recover the north, has been seen
lately making peace with the ruler and enemy of Nigeria who
made peace with the Boko Haram nation at war with us and
enslaving our millions. The friend of your enemy is your enemy,
it is said. It is hard to recognize as friends, those who choose to
befriend the leadership of Nigeria, proud friend and peace
maker with occupying terrorists and the sponsors of these.
Will Nigerian civilians stage a response? What is the value of
Nigeria’s leadership system; traditional, military and
democratic in light of the lack of foresight, commitment, skill
and ability to recognize the serious threats as we face and to
direct and coordinate the urgently needed responses to them?
The governor of Borno like many other educated Nigerians was
fooled that a ceasefire was logical, tenable and in process. It is
clear that few have the requisite ability to understand the
reality and demands of the current desperate situation
Nigeria has been forced into by the Jonathan years. Will
Nigerian masses resort to solving this problem themselves as
the terror hits breaking point; and will that be too late. And
finally in the event that we the people do so; what will be the
fate of these leadership institutions after we do? Nigeria


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