Chibok Girls

Christian group demands justice for two freed Chibok girls

Christian group demands justice for two freed Chibok girls

The Christian Solidarity Worldwide Nigeria (CSWN), has demanded justice for Ruth Ngladar Pogu and Hassana Adamu, two of the students of the Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, recently freed from Boko Haram captivity. The two girls, who have given birth to two children each, returned home with their captors, who paraded themselves as their “husbands” after seven years in captivity. They were among the 276 female students abducted when terrorists invaded their school in April 2014. The Christian body, in a statement by Reuben Buhari, its Research and Press Officer, said the violators of the girls, who paraded…
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Minister: Nigerian government has not given up on rescue of Chibok girls

Minister: Nigerian government has not given up on rescue of Chibok girls

Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, has reassured of government’s determination to rescue Chibok girls from their abductors, insisting that contrary to beliefs in some quarters that no action was being taken by the federal administration, it was determined to get the girls out of captivity. Farouq said the federal government was working tirelessly to secure the release of the remaining Chibok girls who were abducted seven years ago. A statement to this effect, Wednesday, by the minister’s Special Assistant on Media, Nneka Ikem Anibeze, said: ”The minister made the remark while remembering sad…
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Seven years after, the world remembers Chibok Girls, renews calls for their release

Seven years after, the world remembers Chibok Girls, renews calls for their release

Wednesday 14th of April, 2021 marked the seventh year anniversary of the abduction of the 276 students of the Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State in North-East Nigeria. And in what has become an annual ritual, the world spared them a moment, especially the remaining 112 of them in the captivity of the violent Boko Haram insurgents. On the chilling night of April 14, 2014, the insurgents invaded the GGSS, Chibok, in what still remains a mystery, carting 276 students. It was at first, a tale to many people, those who felt it was practically impossible to herd 276…
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SPECIAL REPORT: Unmasking Twelve Types Of Violence And Their Twenty Jihadist Perpetrator Groups In Nigeria

SPECIAL REPORT: Unmasking Twelve Types Of Violence And Their Twenty Jihadist Perpetrator Groups In Nigeria

Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria, Wednesday, 30th Sept 2020. …as between 1,650 and 1,700 Christians were hacked to death by Muslim jihadists in nine months of 2020Inter-Society Nigerian Violence: Putting The Record Straight: The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law (Intersociety) has found that violence presently ravaging and wrecking Nigeria can be categorized into at least twelve types. Intersociety’s research investigation on this has become importantly necessary so as to open the eyes of all Nigerians and members of the int’l Community especially the western democracies and rights and research organizations and other respected int’l bodies like UN and…
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Boko Haram/ISWAP: France sends message to US

Boko Haram/ISWAP: France sends message to US

France on Monday asked the U.S. to keep supporting its operations against Islamist extremists in West Africa such as Boko Haram, ISIS backed ISWAP and Qaeda affiliate Jama’a Nusrat ul-Islam wa al-Muslimin (JNIM). The call followed New York Times’ report that the U.S. is considering pulling out of the region and abandoning a new drone base in Niger. U.S currently provides intelligence, logistics and mid-air refuelling support to the French mission. French Armed Forces, Minister Florence Parly said that she raised the issue at a Washington meeting with her U.S. counterpart, Mark Esper. “I had the opportunity to tell Esper…
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