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“Unless the Federal Government and indeed, the world quickly separate religion from the work of the devil that is casting darkness over the country, Nigeria may cease to be in the next 18 months.”
Other officials present at the gathering agreed that the issue should not be politicized, saying that all must “jointly confront” the evil.
April 14, Boko Haram conduct night raid on Chibok school, Borno State, and kidnap more than 200 girls. Only 3 weeks later the group claims responsibility for the attack, as its leader Abubakar Shekau releases video saying the girls are his ownership and vowing he will sell them in the market.
Various resources, including international experts, allege the girls were split into groups and relocated to the neighbouring countries.
Meanwhile the Nigerian government falls under attack over the slow response to the whole incident and the failure to handle the situation.
New hopes appear among the shocked parents as the military claim and insists they have identified the students’ whereabouts. However, up to date June 6, almost 2 months after the tragedy, more than 200 of the kidnapped girls have not still reunited with their families.
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