Suicide bombings and other deadly attacks committed by Boko Haram terrorists over the past decade have claimed the lives of tens of thousands of innocent people, while more than two million others have been displaced.
“Nigeria’s government has proved itself to be incompetent at best, and at worst, complicit in the attacks.” — International Christian Concern’s regional manager for Africa, Nathan Johnson, to Gatestone Institute.
“The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), for example, gives billions of dollars in aid to northeastern Nigeria. The problem is that aid, which helps fix small amounts of damage, is not a sufficient answer. As long as groups such as Boko Haram are able to keep destroying whole villages and infrastructure — while devastating populations — NGOs will never be able to keep up.” — International Christian Concern’s regional manager for Africa, Nathan Johnson, to Gatestone Institute…[ ]