Former Nigerian Army Spokesperson Brigadier General Sani Usman Kuka-Sheka (rtd) revealed that the military used a thorough analysis process when examining Boko Haram’s publicly released movies. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
In an interview with Daily Trust TV, Usman explained that considerable time and attention were dedicated to this task and that he sometimes spent up to 10 hours analyzing a video. General Usman asserted his ability to discern intricate details such as whether a video had been edited or not, the camera angle, and other nuances.
In General Usman’s words: “When I was in the army, when Boko Haram release a video we take time to study it, I spend 10 hours sometimes. I can tell you the camera angle, whether it has been edited, and the rest and using the server of your command”. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>