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This brave man died in the line of duty.
No matter how irresponsible our government has been we must unite against this group whose aim is to turn us against one another.
We will publish our views on how to curtail the Boko Haram menace soon on this site.
In the first 25 days of 2012, Boko Haram has killed at least 250 people,killing 185 people in Kano on a single day (20/01/2012).
In 2011, they killed at least 450 people.
Their spokesmen say that they should be known as Jama'atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda'awati wal-Jihad (جماعة أهل السنة للدعوة والجهاد).
Since the start of their self-declared jihad in 2009, after 7 years of teaching Salafism peacefully while arming itself, the group has killed at least 1500 people and caused mass civil displacement in Nigeria's North-East.
In 2010, Abubakar Shekau, the new leader of the group after the killing of its founder- Mohammed Yusuf, invited a Daily Trust (Northern Nigeria's most read daily newspaper) reporter who was blindfolded, to its base in Maiduguri. Shekau warned of an escalation in the jihad in the coming days.
The Nigerian police dismissed the report and at least 800 people have died since then.
Are Nigerian hoping for a hero?
Are Nigerians waiting on their government and security agencies to save them?
Are Nigerians hoping in hope that this blood spilling will end?
As souls depart like eagles from dead bodies in thousands, how long shall Nigerians stand and await the much prayed for hero?
Is the hero President Goodluck Jonathan or IGP M.D. Yusuf? Is the hero Gen. Andrew Azazi or Air-Marshal Oluseyi Petinrin?
Nigerians can you hear heaven?
Boko Haram laughs as we fly away.
The Nigerian people apply jungle justice to thieves they catch in their market places.
The Nigerian police shoots to kill citizens that the courts have not sentenced to death.
Today, the Boko Haram sect strikes at security installations and innocent civilians and we ask why.
The answer is this: lack of respect for the sanctity of life and the rule of law by the Nigerian populace and their security forces explains the origin of this monster called Boko Haram.