Nigeria: Under Siege?

Figures don't lie, but liars will figure out a way to wish away the fact.

First, Boko Haram killing rate has increased by 317% at 6,444, leading Isil with 6,073.The report was compiled by the Global Terrorism Index.

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That report came out before the bombings in Yola and Kano this week.

It has also been reported that 105 Nigeria soldiers have gone missing alone side their commander.

This week the Nigeria Air force said it "lost a pilot and a fighter jet in fight with Boko Haram."

For some reason, it is the terror group that attacks Nigeria's military instead of vice versa.
The government is annoyingly quiet about the killings and has refused to admit that it is powerless to defeat Boko Haram.

The country's  president, Mohammad Buhari has failed to protect the citizens of Nigeria. It is the first and only real duty of a president.

Mr Buhari has also not addressed the Nation on the state of affairs. He was very good at talking about insecurity when he was looking for power.

Some soldiers even said the attack on them was possible because they did not have enough weapons to go round.

Benin Republic annexed 16 Nigerian villages in Kwara State. It has a Gendarme post and a Flag, according to reports.

And yet, there has been  no official reaction from Nigeria. Its new minister of information, Mr Lai Mohammed, known for his ability to talk especially when unnecessary has gone eerily quiet.

Nigeria is a very vulnerable nation today .its people are very divided by the result of the elections that brought in the opposition.

Mr Buhari also rules without recourse to laws but according to his personal opinions.
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