Nigeria Is Finally Winning The Battle Against Boko Haram. But Is It Losing The War?

The jihadists once controlled most of northeastern Borno and some neighbouring states, were about 15,000 strong, and even imposed a tax “for breathing”.

The Tragedy Of ‘Survival Sex’, Angry Men, Cheap Wives, And Violence: Tales Of Exploitation In Nigeria’s Camps

In the camps “men feel less like men”, and their bruised egos all too readily flare into violence. ilary

Hasn’t Been This Bad Since 1967-70 Biafra War: Africa’s Richest Country Needs Help In Boko Haram-Fuelled Food Crisis

As though the problems posed by the shortages are not bad enough, the distribution of relief material is fraught with allegations of corruption, mismanagement, fraud, and outright theft by government officials.