Lagos - Lagos lawyer and human rights activist, Femi Falana has threatened to take the federal government to court if it fails to probe the Boko Haram sponsorship allegation filed against former governor of Borno State Ali Modu Sheriff, Leadership reports.
The human rights activist, who made this demand in a press statement he issued in Lagos, warned that if the government failed to implement the Ambassador Usman Galtimari Panel report that investigated the genesis of the insurgency in the northeast region, he would apply to the Federal High Court.
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An Australian hostage negotiator Stephen Davis appointed by the federal government to negotiate with the Boko Haram sect claimed that the former Borno Governor and immediate chief of army staff Lt-Gen Azubuike Ihejirika were major sponsors and financiers of the sect.
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