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Ahmad Salkida Sep 14
never left, their resilience is not new either, what is however strange is their ability to adapt very fast and how they often take their powerful adversaries off guard.
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Dan-Borno Oct 16
The Lake Tchad Fishing Area is currently under the control of and it is presumed that fish coming from that side belongs to or their cronnies
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Fatima Askira-Satomi Sep 15
Wait what? UNIMAID under attack?.
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Dan-Borno Oct 16
I am happy with this by the and same should be extended to military officers who also take advantage of the crisis to sell smoked fish from . The ban on selling fish should be sustained as its a major source of income to the
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Ahmad Salkida Oct 8
REPORT: crisis returning to pre-2015 levels with insurgents; capture of territories
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Ahmad Salkida Oct 15
Thousands of Nigerian Hunters Prepare to Confront
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Ahmad Salkida Oct 15
Replying to @A_Salkida
The video clip also showed images of Nigeria's military leaders, the chambers of the National Assembly and the presidents of Chad, Niger Republic and Nigeria. With images of some members of that were killed by the military, which the group referred to as "martyrs."
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The Guardian Nigeria Oct 16
“The Boko Haram terrorists have been substantially defeated and degraded to the extent that they are only daring soft targets.”
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Ahmad Salkida Oct 1
Dear Nigerian Govt, Your hostile narratives against NGOs in the North East are not only grievous, they are irreparable. It endangers the lives of all humanitarian workers in the region more than the threats they are facing from and . 1/3
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Ahmad Salkida Oct 15
Just In: has released a propaganda video, with a clip of the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar when he criticized the current govt for failure to end the war in the North East. The 10 minute video, also showed the fighters in a battle with the military. 1/3
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Chief Boko The God👳🐯🌺 13h
I've decided to change the INTO THE WESTERN BRANCH OF . Our AIM IS TO CLEANSE THE COUNTRY OF ILL MUSLIMS.
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Dogo M Shettima Oct 16
After years of been accused of snatching the business from the residents of Baga town . Go to Guzamala , come to market and buy goods , they don't kill residents and residents don't attack them , d ppl need to survive , yet there are military absence also .
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International Christian Concern Oct 17
In the face of worldwide persecution, Christians must unite in solidarity with each other. has been a prisoner of in for more than twenty months for her belief in Jesus. Will you join us in prayer for her on October 26th?
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APOTHECARY. Oct 13
One of the biggest achievements of Buhari presidency since 2015 that affect the common man directly is fight against . The fear of going to market, places of worship, Motor pack etc all over the North including Abuja is gone. Bombs no longer go off even in Borno.
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Balogun - Bussiness/Tech. Sep 15
A foreign news agency published how sophisticated has become. Sycophants tagged the paper “bad-belle” For the to outwit the military team at UNIMAID, they either have superior intelligence gathering tools or they have an insider within the military team. FG wskeup!
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🤴Blogger Yanke||•Blogger/Influencer Sep 10
Boko Haram Leader, Shekau Appears In New Video (See What He Have To Say)
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Jay Sekulow Sep 18
We have told you about , the teenage girl kidnapped by , threatened with slavery or death. We have learned that she is reportedly still alive, but her life is still in grave danger. She must be saved - now.
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Chidi Odinkalu Oct 16
My good friend & brother, Sen Ali Ndume, who chairs cmttee on says at least 847 Soldiers killd in NE are buried in Maiduguri. Also that NGOs are working for . Guess who killed the soldiers- the NGOs, of course!
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QueenMother Sep 8
Replying to @PremiumTimesng
Please remove the attack and let us know that has just collected their monthly stipend
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Vincent Foucher Oct 17
Question about weaponry. This trope that BH has better weapons than Nigerian Army, which does not seem to hold NOW (looking at videos or Small Arms Survey's work), was it true earlier? And if so then how did BH get these weapons, if not from Nigerian armories?
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