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Federal Government Deems Allegations of Prison Warders Colluding with Boko Haram as Treasonable


Federal Government Deems Allegations of Prison Warders Colluding with Boko Haram as Treasonable

The Federal Government has strongly condemned allegations of collaboration between prison warders and terrorists, labeling such claims as treasonable. Minister of Interior, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, expressed disdain for the accusations, particularly in light of Chief of Defence Staff General Christopher Musa’s assertion that certain prison officials were aiding Boko Haram in planning terrorist activities. General Musa also claimed that these warders were facilitating the movement of terrorist funds.

Minister Tunji-Ojo, during an appearance on Channels TV’s Politics Today, vehemently denounced the alleged misconduct, stating that it amounts to treason. He emphasized the gravity of the situation, highlighting the contradiction inherent in being a government officer who has sworn an oath to protect the nation’s integrity while colluding with terrorists. The minister emphasized the severity of the offense, categorically stating that such actions cannot be overlooked or tolerated.

He concluded by assuring the public that the government would address the matter decisively, asserting that any attempt to compromise the nation’s security would be treated as a serious and treasonable offense that could not be ignored or dismissed.


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