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BREAKING News: Boko Haram attacks 3 Nigerian villages, kills 48 people

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Just a few hours ago, BN reported that Boko Haram had attacked Alagarno village in Borno State near Chibok killing 17 people. 

This is truly devastating news. Boko Haram has struck yet again.

AP broke the news via the following tweets:

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No further information has been provided. However, we will report updates as soon as more information becomes available.

16 Comments

  1. Killuminati

    May 21, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    Wake up Nigerians!!! Lets not be fooled. No offense to the so-called Nigerian politicians but they are not sophisticated enough to pull off such attacks and go undetected by the Foreign Intelligence Agencies…BH is sponsored by Mossad/CIA and yes they probably cant pull it off without the help of some corrupt Nigerian politicians. There’s a ‘new scramble for Africa’ and the US and the Rothschild owned state of Israel want a piece of the so-called ‘Giant of Africa’. Once again, foreign vested interests attempting to keep Nigerians from realising their true potential. Realize = Real Lies!!!

    • Tiki

      May 21, 2014 at 5:44 pm

      Ok. We have heard, O messenger of doom. Does your message not extend to how to stop them? Or are you one of those who broadcasts the problem but hides under the table when ‘Nigerians’ ask for solutions?

    • point

      May 21, 2014 at 6:02 pm

      Say it!.. BH is sponsored by the US. Laugh all you want but Nigerians need to wake up. How come qhen Nigerias economy is growing thats when this atrocities increased? How does the US think they can predict us splitting in 2015? War = modern age slavery. Cause a war, offer them help and come into the country and then make deals with the brainless politician and milk the country. Also make the country pitiable to scare of investors.

    • Sjaneviel from Suriname

      May 21, 2014 at 6:41 pm

      Spot on. it’s really sad

    • Tosin

      May 21, 2014 at 7:56 pm

      Guess we need to get these mofos fast. These are human beings, Nigerians, being killed for what?

  2. @edDREAMZ

    May 21, 2014 at 5:35 pm

    People dying like animals, dreams and hopes destroyed and our leaders are busy condemning…. God helps us….
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

    • bb

      May 21, 2014 at 7:26 pm

      Awolowo if only u had kept your word and seceded from Nigeria like the ibo’s we would have been saved from this nightmare called NIGERIA. Abeg we can’t leave with this barbaric hausa fulani muslims, we can’t they are evil.

  3. mally

    May 21, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    this is just wickedness and a heartless set of people

  4. Tiki

    May 21, 2014 at 5:48 pm

    If one were to judge a ‘nation by the two main pillars of sovereignty ie economic development and the security of her territorial borders, one cannot but conclude that the Nigerian government as an institution is an abysmal failure, a joke of epic proportions, a glaring example of the failure of the ‘notion of democracy’.

  5. addy

    May 21, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    This just disturbing like what kind of human beings go on killing spree? I truly believe Nigerian governments knows who is funding this crazy pathetic group, for them not to still find these girls they’re is surely a cover up on. I pray God will expose all , for whatever happens in darkness come to light. This is to much

  6. Bose

    May 21, 2014 at 6:10 pm

    This is getting too much to bear

  7. Jojo

    May 21, 2014 at 7:44 pm

    Does the govt realize they are at war. this matter needs to be handled with a strong response or it will engulf all the states.
    Please stop spreading rumours about foreign governments sponsoring this idiocy brought on by our politicians that has become a runaway train.
    Everybody needs to be vigilant otherwise thing thing will swallow you all

  8. Killuminati

    May 22, 2014 at 7:33 am

    Just saying it as it is….
    Solution? I’m afraid the only solution is for Nigerians to take to the streets en mass in peaceful protest, united i.e. Christians & Muslims alike and stand up against all forces of evil both foreign and domestic. We have to thwart their plans b4 they establish a long term military presence in our beloved country. ‘Terrorism’ is a long term Propaganda tool, let’s not let them Pakistanize Nigeria and turn the people against each other.

  9. Killuminati

    May 22, 2014 at 7:56 am

    But seriously the sooner Nigerians start believing that a lot of problems in Nigeria (economic, political, social, infrastructural, etc) are caused by a complex web of foreign vested interests the better. Life is just not what it seems all the time. Understand, Overstand the issue. Our government is not that crap, GEJ is simply a puppet of our neo colonialist masters: US, Isreali & UK Zionists. These Zionists need to know that we Nigerians know what they are up to and use Social media to put the right kind of international pressure on these wolves in sheeps clothing. If the voices of the Nigerians that ”know’ are not heard on a global scale then I’m afraid ladies and gentlemen that our beloved Nigeria as we know it may get even worse than this present state. Let’s show them that the Nigerian Psyche is stronger than they ever imagined. What we must not do is play into their plans by blaming this on the Muslims and dividing the nation. Let’s be united in our cause.

    • DDD

      May 22, 2014 at 8:28 am

      I agree completely

  10. maj

    May 24, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    Our northern leaders have just messed us up and sacrificed innocent lives for politics.
    The same Northern political class that was criticizing GEJ and the FG for being too harsh on Boko Haram as recently as 2012 have now turned around to say that not enough is being done.
    Why were they so eager to negotiate a ceasefire with BH when the security forces were closest to wiping them out? BH was once sponsored by certain elements but as of right now the master has lost control of his attack dogs and is at risk of being bitten himself. Both the current government and the people who want to diminish it thought they could use this insurgency to benefit them. Now they are all running scared.

    GEJ has performed very poorly in his public handling of this insurgency but let us not be distracted from the reality of the situation. Aside from walking into Sambisa forest with a revolver in his hand (and getting shot maybe even by his own gun), what more can GEJ do at this point? The army infantrymen are paid a wage that is comparable to a receptionist in a good company. Is it a surprise that they are not eager to lay their lives down on the line? Would you run into a battle on an empty stomach to face an enemy that has you outgunned and who don’t mind dying because they think there are virgins waiting for them in heaven. Still many soldiers have died in the fight against BH. The names of the soldiers and police who die fighting are not even made known to the public whereas in other countries they would be heroes.

    The military budget was just announced. At the same time there are internal reports that there is corruption in the army. Senior officers have been siphoning some of the money earmarked for salaraies and equipment. There has also been reports of BH infliltration in the army. We can pretend to be shocked but many of us partake or benefit from a type corruption directly or indirectly. In this particular case, the corruption has resulted in the loss of thousands of lives but no corruption is harmless just because the victims might are known. This BH situation is a moral indictment of not just the Nigerian government but also of the Nigerian people because these are the people we have allowed to represent our interests. This might be our moment of reckoning to shift the moral compass of this country.

    The solution to containing this BH is actually quite simple: a little honesty and integrity will go a long way. Honesty and integrity from GEJ and the federal government, the army leadership, northern elders, islamic clerics, the Nigerian media, communities with high BH membership, the political opposition and Nigerians at large. BH will flourish until all of these parties mentioned put aside their different agendas and commit to one single goal.

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