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Absence of “Lafiya” In “Lafiya Dole’s” Expulsion of UNICEF, By Festus Adedayo

Apart from the booming of bombs and painful cries in the North-East theatre of the Boko Haram war that the world has been accustomed to since the war of terror berthed on the Nigerian soil, another booming, shocking and destabilising bomb exploded at the war front on Friday. This time,…
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Boko Haram: Low Politics At High Cost To National Security, By Majeed Dahiru

With ISIL substantially diminished and struggling to survive, it is unable to provide much support in terms of finance, logistics, training and expertise for its Nigerian affiliate, Boko Haram. The roll back on the activities of Boko Haram is like an object in a free fall in space and it…
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