- Journalist Ahmad Salkida said he no longer have access to his twitter account after revealing details in new Boko Haram video
- Salkida before he lost access to his twitter account claim Boko Haram released a new video threatening to bomb Abuja
- For more reports on Boko Haram, please visit: https://www.naij.com/tag/boko-haram.html
Top Nigerian journalist, Ahmad Salkida, said he can no longer access his twitter account on the evening of Friday, May 12.
Salkida lost access to his personal twitter account shortly after he started tweeting mind boggling facts about the new Boko Haram video recently released, Sahara Reporters reports.
Salkida had tweeted that the new Boko Haram video featured terrorist commander, Shuaibu Moni, who was recently released in exchange for the 82 Chibok girls.
Salkida, in his tweet, also claimed that the Boko Haram commander in the video insisted that it is not true that only five commanders were released in exchange of Chibok girls.
Watch the two latest videos. The story continues below:
This is contrary to NAIJ.com earlier report that only five imprisoned Boko Haram terrorists were released and swapped in exchange for the 82 abducted girls.
He said the commander in the video said there was no dialogue with the federal government and there won't be.
On May 7, NAIJ.com reported that the Nigerian government confirmed the release of 82 Chibok girls after they have spent three years in captivity of the dreaded Boko Haram.
The federal government also claimed that there is an ongoing dialogue between the government and the terrorist group to released the remaining girls.
However, this new alleged video by the insurgents will be the group will come out to affirm that there was truly an exchange between them and the government of Nigeria.
Watch NAIJ.com video of survivors of Boko Haram talking about the horrors inflicted by the terrorists: