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Topics covered: 

  • The Role of ethnicity and religion in Nigerian Politics:  
  • Making Sense of it all (What does it all mean?): The news of the Government College Chibok students (GCC) abduction came just less than 24 hours after Nigerians were trying to recover from the bomb blast perpetrated by Boko Haram at Nyanya park in the outskirts of the Federal Capital, Abuja, which claimed at least 80 lives, with over 120 injured. Why? Why? Why? Why should life be meaningful? This could very well be one of the questions in the minds of the girls from the Government Secondary school in Chibok as they were being taken away by Boko haram on that faithful night April 14, 2014. I thought it was the end of my life,” says Deborah Sanya, before she convinced herself and 3 of her friends to escape...
  • Realities of the Nigerian Government
  • Worldwide Protests
  • Laudable Government Programs
  • CHIBOK, Nigeria (Town of the Missing Girls)
  • The Home of Peace, Borno State (Northern Nigeria)
  • HISTORY OF BORNO
  • Root of Neo Islamist Jihadist Movements
  • HISTORY OF BOKO HARAM
  • HOW TO DEAL WITH BOKO HARAM AND OTHER JIHADIST INCUBATOR 
  • Here are some outstanding questions and thoughts to be discussed during the program:
  • Why has Boko Haram attacked Chibok and abducted the girls?
  • How is Boko Haram funded?
  • To what extent is the government to blame in Boko Haram’s development?
  • Is a similar pattern of abductions being recognized in the Northern Uganda crisis with Joseph Koni, and Charles Tailor of Liberia and Sierra Leone?
  • Nigerian government’s lack of well-established emergency measures against terrorism is a permanent weakness that can be exploited at will?

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