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The Nigerian Army on Wednesday August 9 asked remnant members of the Boko Haram sect to surrender, saying the the game is up. It said that there is room...
A 37-year old Islamic cleric Ali Ahmad on Wednesday, July 27, vowed to embark on a 'foot trip' if the leader of Boko Haram sect Abubakar Shekau be captured.
The ICRC training was aimed at improving the skills needed by health workers especially those in the North-East region to care for the wounded patients.
The situation further compounded the bad conditions thousands of locals displaced by Boko Haram were already exposed to in the state, the United Nations said.
Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno said Boko Haram insurgents destroyed 156,453 houses in the state which represents 30% of the housing stock in the state.
While Aisha Alhassan said the treatment for Chibok girls would last for weeks, she said many of the girls would need to undergo various degrees of surgeries
The Federal Government on Wednesday, May 10, said it met with some representatives of the parents of the 82 Chibok girls released by Boko Haram terrorist group.
The coming month (April) will mark the third year of the girls' abduction by Boko Haram terrorists who have operated in the North-East since 2009.