Nigeria Boko Haram Atrocities: The Tragedy of One Family

    By Frank Garriba in Abuja, Nigeria Musa Salihu 32, looks unkempt, has not eaten the whole day and appears to have been crying by the time I meet him late in the day. I can still see the dried tears on his cheeks. I met him in Garki Village, a predominately Muslim...

Nigeria: How to End the Boko Haram Trouble Finally.

  The discrepancies in the number of people  killed following the April 19 Clash between Nigerian security forces and Boko Haram Militants have been complicated by a former minister who now claims 288 people died following the assault on the Northern town of Baga. Mallam...
Posted On 29 Apr 2013
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France Cameroon. Why Biya Probably paid for French hostage release

    By Ange Ngu Thomas One of any of the following four paid a handsome ransom of $3.15 million before Nigerian Islamist Militant Group Boko Haram released a French family of 7 kidnapped in Northern cameroon; the Nigerian, Cameroonian, French or French utility company...
Posted On 27 Apr 2013
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Nigeria. Fears of another Civil War after Militants reject amnesty

   By Frank Garriba in Abuja, Nigeria   The rejection of an amnesty offer from president Goodluck Jonathan by Boko Haram  Islamist militants who have been waging a violent campaign against the government, might lead to another civil war, a former Justice Minister has said.  ...
Posted On 15 Apr 2013
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