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Nigerian Governor Vows to Fight 'Madmen'i
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June 03, 2014 1:03 AM
Violent Islamic sect Boko Haram continues on its deadly path in northern Nigeria, holding more than 200 schoolgirls hostage and staging deadly attacks on cities and villages. The governor of the northeastern Nigerian state of Borno says the toll on his state is high in terms of human lives and economic development. But he says he is determined to fight what he calls "madmen" terrifying the region. Zlatica Hoke has more.

Nigerian Governor Vows to Fight 'Madmen'

Published June 02, 2014

Violent Islamic sect Boko Haram continues on its deadly path in northern Nigeria, holding more than 200 schoolgirls hostage and staging deadly attacks on cities and villages. The governor of the northeastern Nigerian state of Borno says the toll on his state is high in terms of human lives and economic development. But he says he is determined to fight what he calls "madmen" terrifying the region. Zlatica Hoke has more.


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by: Richard A. Adejuwon from: Dallas. Texas. U.S.A.
June 10, 2014 3:19 PM
Dear Borno State Governor. By your own admission, your State had been raided uncountable times and severely over the last five years. Condemnation of Boko Haram NOW by you,is only lip-service. You were there all along condoning the "madness". If you have not been told,Sir; let me make it simple. You are an embodiment of the highest incompetency in Nigeria