Oluwaseun Sakaba, a Nigerian woman whose husband, Lt. Col I. Sakaba, was killed by Boko Haram members in 2018, has slammed the Nigerian Army for sharing photos of repentant sect members holding placards begging Nigerians for forgiveness.
Sakaba was one of 44 soldiers killed by insurgents in November 2018 during an attack on the 157 Task Force Battalion in Metele, Guzamala Local Government Area of Borno State.
Oluwaseun Sakaba, his widow, saw the Nigerian Army’s post with the sect members pleading for forgiveness and reacted on her Instagram page. Oluwaseun asked the Nigerian Army if she should forgive those who had forced her to become a widow at such a young age.
;”@hqnigerianarmy it we nev be well with all of u…I shld forgive dem for making me a young widow, I shld forgive dem for kill my husband, his brother and his mom!!
I shld forgive dem for making Me seek shelter in anod country!! I shld forgive dem for making many women widows and kids fatherless..I shld forgive dem for u not paying what is my late husband dues!!
I shld forgive dem for all der atrocities done to my family. U shot my husband dead in his office dat u pretended to be a friendly force just bcos he refuse to be part of ur plots ..time 4 dragging now”