Breaking News: Turkish Arms Deal With Boko-Haram Terrorists In Nigeria Exposed

20140519-033903.jpgThe Nigeria -Turkey relations may soon be broken as facts made available to Blank NEWS Online indicate that Turkish Airlines and the Turkish intelligence service MIT may have been aiding islamist terrorists with massive supply of arms to wage war against Nigeria’s Federal Government and it’s Christian people.

This findings form part of the newest targets of tapes, leaked on the internet, with an audio recording allegedly showing a senior Turkish Airlines (THY) official asking about weapons deliveries to Nigeria during a telephone conversation.

A new recording has been leaked by the Başçalan Haramzadeler Youtube account, allegedly of a conversation between Mustafa Varank, the chief advisor to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan, and Turkish Airlines (THY) Executive Assistant Mehmet Karakaş on the issue of weapons deliveries to Nigeria using THY planes to transport the goods to the west African nation.

With Karakaş asking bluntly whether the weapons are “going to kill Muslims or Christians…,” and references made to Turkish intelligence service MİT chief Hakan Bey, this latest leak has caused outrage across the Turkish nation and could very well open the door to serious consequences should these allegations be proved true.

The translated conversation:

MK: Mustafa, salamu alaykum.
MV: Alaykum salam, brother.
MK: Mustafa, I brought up an issue with you, if you remember? About the question of transport…
MV: About that, we couldn’t meet with Mr Hakan, that’s why I didn’t get back to you.

MK: Come on, Mustafa.
MV: This is very urgent.
MK: We are transporting a lot of equipment, its going to Nigeria right now, OK? Is this going to kill Muslims or Christians…

MV: I’ve got it, brother.
MK: We are committing a sin, so you know.
MV: Alright. I will let you know in one or two days.
MK: God bless. And give them the contact number, too. Let them talk to him. OK?
MV: Alright. See you.

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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