Mixed reactions continue to trail the recent release of 82 Chibok girls by Boko Haram terrorists. It got worse when news got out that the release the girls may have come at a price of the release of Two senior Boko Haram Terrorists as well.
LIB recently caught up with veteran Fuji music star, K1 who says, 'when the kidnap happened 3 years ago, the world focus was on Nigeria and people world over continued to pray for their safe return.
So their return is a god development, it's a passmark on the leadership of the nation and the military. And whether you argue about the fact that they negotiated or not it doesn't matter, negotiating in war is also counted as victory. so wither the negotiated or swapped them, the fact still remains that the families of the released children will be very happy and the rest of them will also be optimistic to believe that the rest of them are coming back, so it's a win, win for everyone'.
We asked K1 if he'll consider to run for office come 2019 and he said, 'No, I've never thought of it. I'm into politics but not necessarily to run for office. I'm a goo community leader and I'm very much useful to my community'.