Boko Haram: Ceasefire Was A Scam - Shehu Sani

The recent ceasefire agreement reached between terrorist sect, Boko Haram and the Nigerian government has been described as a scam by the President of the Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria, Comrade Shehu Sani.
Sani, while also declaring the agreement a complete fraud, said:
“It is either government sat with fake persons or the government is part of the forgery."
He added that ceasefires had been attempted before in 2012 and 2013 but had failed while also saying that the person who was cited as Boko Haram's spokesperson at the negotiations in Saudi Arabia was a fraud as only the leader of the sect could speak for the group.
He said:
“The person who made the claim of speaking on behalf of the group is a fraud.”
“Number one is that the person addressed himself and the group as Boko Haram while the group does not address itself as Boko Haram."
“... He claimed to speak for the group, while it is only the leader of the group that has always spoken for the group."
“And he even went further by making statements such as ‘our government’, ‘our country’. These are words that the group does not consider using"
Sani, who has been a middleman between Boko Haram and former President Olusegun Obasanjo, said in conclusion that journalist, Ahmed Sakilda, is still a credible source of information in situations like this.
Salkida also has links with the sect and he expressed doubt at the authenticity of the ceasefire when the news was announced by Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh.