No End In Sight For Boko Haram Insurgency – Borno Residents
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November 4, 2015 ( Post 1 )
Meanwhile, residents of Maiduguri, the Borno State
capital, have described the December deadline given by
President Muhammadu Buhari to end the Boko Haram
insurgency as not realisable, saying there seems to be no end in sight.
This they said, given the fact that only aerial bombardment
Ma’aji Kolo, a resident of Mobbar Local Government Area, who is taking refuge in Maiduguri, a safe haven for all internally displaced persons from across the 27 local government areas of the state,
Ma’aji told Nigerian Tribune in Maiduguri that “we love and supported Buhari, but we are getting confused because we hope and believe he has all it takes to end the Boko Haram madness, but today, we are more afraid that they might come back in full force to take over more towns and villages.
“A lot of them have come into town, they are occupying
“The last time the military told
I still feel bad for believing in the military and taking that decision. Now, they are urging people to go back again, but our people who are trapped in the local governments are telling us that all is not well,” he said. According to him, anybody who had seen such a terrible thing must be afraid, adding that the insurgency was the biggest security challenge facing Nigeria.
He added that this was even as the country was already
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