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The Problem Of Boko Haram - The Cause, Issues and Solution

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    Boko Haram, Which way forward, this case is becoming unbecoming.



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    One thing I dare to say is that " This issue is political and not not ethno-religious in origin"



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    solution to Boko Haram is to cease communication from Borno State.



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    Ceasing communication (i presume you mean telecommunication) may not curb the crime effectively, It may instead aggravate it. Censoring may do a little better.



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    we have a vision which we are pursuing as Nigerian.why is the federal government being so scared to flush the so called BOKO HARAM out. because the killing is becoming unbearable.the president is the commander-in-chief of the federation let him give order to flush those monster out.



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    Unknown factors and several variables.



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    Certainly, it shall not be forever



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    If i undastand corectly our government is tinkin of negotiating wit boko haram,if dey do dis country is doomed lets adopt american policy of non-negotiation wit terrorists & let our security outfit d SSS do their job infiltrate their ranks,gather dat wil pul dem down



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    I think our leaders have not really come together to look into the problem and solution of this boko haram,what kind of leaders do we have in the first place?,do they have compassion for souls?,are they willing to sacrifice for their country?,this are the question we should be asking ourselves.
    People are dying every day and nothing has been done till now,no serious action taken by our leaders and president and this boko haram are still operating everyday killing innocent citizens of our humble country,our leaders knows the problem and they also know the solution to this problems.

    May God protect us because we are in God hands not our leaders,as far as i am concern we dont have leaders that are willing to sacrifice for their nation.
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    Details are unfolding regarding How Boko Haram Was Formed.


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    Why should they negotiate with them? Is it in the name of amnesty? Is it because of the Niger Delta? Have they forgotten that most of the money Nigeria has made today is from the Niger-Delta? and Niger-Delta persay is not bombing the innocent souls, their targets are the elites. If they are looking for amnesty then the Aliye Boys from the South and Movement for the Liberation of Biafra from the eastern part should also look for amnesty. They should not forgt th fact that novody owns Nigeria in particular. It is a nation and not a piece of land. "He who lives in a glass house should not throw stones." All this is simply politically motivated, in order to destruct Goodluck's tenor of reign. Enough is enough. The govt should flush them out like someone stated earlier.



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    This boko haram problem can b curbed, if d FEDERAL GOVERNMENT can just wipe them out, i mean these guys are not after money, all they want is undevelopement.



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    Even though the Boko Haram haven't clearly stated their mission, I think it's incumbent on government to be clear about this. It is then and only then that the question of negotiating with 'them' can be considered. And while government is at it, they shouldn't forget that the Boko Haram aren't the only ones making demands



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    Quote Originally Posted by shagbalamanta View Post
    ........... And while government is at it, they shouldn't forget that the Boko Haram aren't the only ones making demands
    I am also of the same opinion as you, If we keep given amnesty to all that took the law into their hands, then very soon, all criminals will soon demand for amnesty ( National cake, Fame and Employment).



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