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Chibok kidnappings: why it's important to listen to the survivors of Boko Haram terrorism

By Chijioke K Onah, PhD Candidate, Cornell University
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In 2009 a once quiet local Salafi group called Boko Haram became increasingly violent in north-east Nigeria and border communities of Niger, Chad and Cameroon. Its quest to forbid western education in the heavily Islamic region has led to the kidnapping of many school children, the slaughter of an estimated 2,200…The Conversation

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