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  • Chadian Special Anti-Terrorism Group Troops
    Chad fights Boko Haram while spec ops exercise prepares it for wider war
    Chadian armed forces recently achieved several significant victories against Boko Haram, and as they continue fighting they also continue participating in the U.S.-sponsored Exercise Flintlock, which appears to be helping to prepare regional...
  • U.S. Airman Exits Aircraft During HAHO Jump
    U.S. special operations assist African nations in fight against Boko Haram
    U.S. special operations forces in Africa for an annual regional exercise will also use their time there to help train and supply African forces for their fight against Boko Haram, confirming a previous possibility raised by the Examiner only days...
  • Pope warns of threat to the family
    Bishop says US is blackmailing Africa
    Catholic Bishop Emmanuel Badejo, of Oyo, Nigeria,the new Chairman of Communications for the African bishops, believes that the United States is waging "ideological colonization" against Nigeria. A form of colonization that still has a...
  • As Nigerian Massacre Evidence Grows, Questions Swirl over Collusion Between Boko Haram and Military
    Help stop Boho Haram and unprecedented persecution of Christians
    In the comfort and warmth of my home in snowbound, upstate New York I'm writing to you, my readers, about the unprecedented persecution coming against Christians. While ISIS brought this bloody persecution to the public's attention in 2014...
  • Boko Haram Launches Major Offensive
    Boko Haram Launches Major Offensive
    Nigeria's Islamic rebels Boko Haram launched a major offensive against Maiduguri the largest city in northeastern Nigeria. The city has some 2 million who were rocked by artillery and small arms fire this past Sunday. The terrorists attacked...
  • Namadi Sambo jeered for mangling Islamic prayer
    Nigerian VP jeered for mangling Muslim prayer (Video)
    A video going viral on YouTube derides Nigerian Vice President Namadi Sambo for mangling the elementary Islamist prayer ofFatiha, recorded at a recent official event.According to an article published by the Nigerian News Agency NAIJ on Jan. 25,...
  • Boko Haram Threatens More Attacks Are Coming
    Boko Haram Threatens More Attacks Are Coming
    The leader of Boko Haram Abubakar Shekau released a video on Tuesday where he takes credit for the Baga massacre and warns of impending attacks. The Baga massacre left some 2,000 villagers killed and some 4,000 buildings destroyed. The response to...
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    Nigerian ex-pat, new American, and returning citizen
    Achike Okoro celebrates five years of being released from state prison (in Maryland) and two years of completing his probation. Now Okoro is probation free -- employed -- and looking to stay on the straight and narrow."It took me a long time...
  • Between democracy and antiquated cruelty
    Nigeria: rejecting Buhari’s fourth presidential attempt
    ■ Nigeria’s election has boiled down to a choice between democracy and antiquated cruelty. October 15, Nigeria's former military ruler, Muhammadu Buhari declared he would run for the Nigerian president. In his declaration, he criticized...
  • Boko Haram Slaughters Thousands
    Boko Haram Slaughters Thousands
    Nigeria's infamous Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram has attacked the town of Baga which is on the border of Chad. Mostly women, children, and elderly were killed because they were slow in getting away from the attack. Many of the bodies are...
  • Can something be done?
    'Bring Back Our Girls' still missing as Boko Haram pillages again
    According to Ify Elueze through Change.org in two days there will be a strange similarity that has happened in Nigeria. It will be 273 days since 273 young secondary school girls were taken from the safety of their boarding school and families (...
  • Boko Haram “leader” Abubakar Shekau
    ‘Deadliest massacre’ in Boko Haram history facilitated by restrictive gun laws
    With body numbers described as “too many to count,” but with estimates ranging from “hundreds” to “2,000,” mass murders in Nigeria are being described by Amnesty International as “the deadliest massacre...
  • Boko Haram extremists
    Global outrage won't win Nigeria's war with Boko Haram
    On Saturday, the Associated Press reported that Boko Haram extremists are now targeting the elderly in Nigerian villages they have captured. In the Gwoza local government area, residents of five villages 80 miles southeast of Maiduguri had to flee...
  • Boko Haram
    Nearly two hundred women and children kidnapped in Nigerian village
    Terrorists kidnapped 172 women and children and killed dozens of other people in an attack on Sunday in the northeast Nigerian village of Gumsuri. News of the attack and kidnapping did not reach officials until Thursday, which is not uncommon in...
  • Nigeria poised to become key automotive hub of Africa
    Nigeria poised to become key automotive hub of Africa
    Despite continuing fears about Ebola in the region, Volkswagen and Stallion Group of Dubai reaffirmed their plans to begin building cars in Nigeria sometime next year. The move would mark the German automaker’ second venture on the continent...