US reaffirms Boko Haram leader, Shekau’s death

Leader of the dreaded Boko Haram Islamic sect, Abubakar Shekau, is, indeed, dead, the United States of America has confirmed.
Shekau, who had led the insurgents for over three years after taking over from Mohammed Yusuf since the dreaded Islamic sect declared war against western education in the northern part of the country, especially north east, had killed hundreds of people.
The Nigerian Army had, recently, announced that Shekau may have been killed in July, 2013, in a gun battle. American, on Saturday, concurred after a thorough investigation.
The Council on Foreign Relations, a top US security think-tank and government advisory, made this confirmation after its thorough investigation.
It said it is apparent that the latest video appearance of Shekau was faked.
“In this latest 33 second video, Shekau was even further from the camera and only appeared to speak for just 10 seconds. The latest video, released on Youtube, is perhaps the biggest sham in the history of terrorism media: Latest 10 Second Sham Video of Blurry Ghost of Late Shekau,” the US security think-tank observed.
It said that “this latest sham video clip is very identical to the August video, which was also circulated by AFP, which US Council on Foreign Relations discredited as that of an imposter, except it has a black drape over the old background and Shekau’s image appears to have green-light peripheral shine around it, indicating super-imposition.”
The report said the older video was also of highly questionable authenticity, adding: “It appears ‘Shekau’ did not wish to risk thorough investigation of “his” video clips and hence, he made it as blurry, as distant from the camera and as short as possible. 10 seconds only, enough time to say five words and quickly brush his ghost teeth!”

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