Fact-checking Claims That Isa Pantami On Terror Watch List


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(MANDY NEWS) — Amid the rising problem of insecurity ravaging Africa’s most populous nation, citizens continue to criticize President Mohammadu Buhari led administration for backing bandits and Boko haram.

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Among the more notable claims made were comments from Former CBN Deputy Governor, Mailafia, who said that repentant bandits named one Northern Governor as Boko Haram commander in Nigeria.

On Monday, April 11, Publication of ‘Sunday Independent Story’ alleging Nigeria’s Minister of Communications, Sheikh Isa Pantami placed on Terror watch-list for alleged ties with Boko Haram Leader.

“Our Minister of Communication, Pantami is reportedly on America’s Watch list of persons with ties with Boko Haram and Al-Qaeda. Good Morning Fellow Citizens.
God Bless Nigeria,” Twitter influencer Rina twitted.

Is Isa Pantami On Terror Watch List?

Facts: There’s no evidence of Sheikh Isa Pantami on the terror watch list. The publication made by the Independent is sponsored by an enemy of the Minister. That said, it’s entirely false to imply a Minister of Communication on the terror watch list without being on the International media or the FBI website. Furthermore, it’s worth noting that being on the FBI’s terror watch list does not mean someone is a terrorist or has proven ties to terrorists.

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