🇳🇬 Boko Haram conflict Boko Haram: How 3 Chibok girls 2 days ago   02:05

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The people of Nigeria will vote for their new government on Saturday.

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari won the election in 2015, promising to fight corruption and the armed group Boko Haram.

A recent surge in attacks claimed by Boko Haram in the Lake Chad region has forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes. The violence affects parts of Chad, Niger, and Cameroon with Nigeria’s Borno State the worst affected.

Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from the state capital Maiduguri on how security remains top of the agenda ahead of Nigeria's upcoming elections.

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Mrfairchap
Boko Haram are a gang of sad, snivelling cowards. They are very good at posing with guns, wearing sunglasses and kidnapping girls, but put just a squadron of British Special Forces up against them and I bet they would all run for their lives.
Babatunde Famutimi
This army generals have over stayed their tenure and need to retire.
Aurα вírdч
LOL that guy with no legs LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
MIDKNIGHT FENERIR
LOL 😂 The Peaceful Workers of the Great Religion Of Peace
Mr Oopss
Support *Nigerian* Army command
▄︻̷̿┻̿═━一 greeting from *Pakistan*
rolando sparks
KILL ALL THOSE BASTARDS.... NO MERCY ON THEM.....
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Boko Haram: How 3 Chibok girls 🇳🇬 Boko Haram conflict 2 days ago   02:35

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For 6 months the world has waited for news of the fate of more than 200 girls abducted by Nigerian militant group Boko Haram. As the Nigerian government insists a deal to release the "Chibok girls" is being negotiated, three girls who escaped their captors have told their story to BBC Hausa. Lami, Maria and Hajara were at school in Chibok, north-eastern Nigeria, when they were kidnapped in April. Best friends Lami and Maria escaped by jumping from the back of a truck. Hajara was taken to a camp but later fled with another girl. To protect the girls' identity we have portrayed their story as an animation, and provided an edited transcript of their account below. The girls' names have been changed for their protection.
Animation by Luis Ruibal.
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