Fight Against Terrorism In Nigeria
The national coordinator of CATE, Gabriel Onoja, the group said the sect is still reeling over the heavy beatings received from the troops, resorted to kidnap as they are desperately in need of money for food.
Shehu Sani on Friday, July 19, listed five reasons that have made insurgency continue in the country for a decade despite solutions to stop it.
The Emir of Gwoza in Borno state, Mohammed Shehu-Timta, has returned home following relative peace and security five years after displacement from the kingdom by Boko Haram insurgents.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday, July 13, said that troops' responses to Boko Haram insurgency, banditry, militancy, and kidnapping are impressive, adding that the Nigerian Army is winning the war against terrorism.
The Insight Institute for Islamic and Technical Studies through its director, Afees Musa, on Friday, July 5, said that as a religion of peace, Islam has zero tolerance for terrorism, killing, endangering and threatening of lives.
A meeting of Northern leaders on Tuesday, November 2, warned that Nigeria was gradually drifting into anarchy as a result of the failure of government to address the security challenges confronting the country.