Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau vows to launch more attacks on the Nigerian soldiers following the death of Lt. Col. Ali
Shekau condemns the king of Saudi Arabia for congratulating Donald Trump on his electoral victory Boko Haram factional leader, Abubakar Shekau, has claimed responsibility for the attack that led to the recent killing of Lieutenant-Colonel Muhammad Abu Ali.
Shekau made the claim in a new audio message on Monday, November 14, according to Sahara Reporter. Though the Boko Haram leader did not specifically mention the name of the name of the gallant officer who was killed in a night attack alongside five soldiers during an exchange of battle with the terrorist on November 4, the sect’s leader claimed that his faction of Boko Haram is responsible for all the recent attacks on the Nigerian military.
“We are responsible for these recent attacks. We did it and will do more,” Shekau said in the audio message.
The Boko Haram leader also declared war on the US President-elect, Mr. Donald Trump and condemned the King of Saudi Arabia for congratulating Mr. Trump on his electoral victory. He said the sect would confront, Mr. Donald Trump, once it finishes with outgoing President Barack Obama.