Boko Haram Carnage: Nigerian Govt and Army are Part of the Problem – New York Times
An editorial opinion by US based newspaper, New York Times has slammed the Nigerian government as well as the army for failing to rescue the abducted Chibok girls and stop the continuing Boko Haram rampage in the North Eastern part of the country.
Boko Haram have continued to step up its attack in recent times.
The unilateral announcement of a ceasefire by the Nigerian government and the military seems to be a hoax as the sect has continued more deadly attacks even amidst clams of ceasefire.
According to the editorial, the government has failed in its fundamental duty to protect some of the country’s most vulnerable citizens and help the victims who have escaped Boko Haram recover from their trauma.
It described the Nigerian army as corrupt, ill-equipped, and no match for the extremist Boko Haram group.
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