Borno Massacre: Mr President, Stop Condemning, Act!
By Guardian Exclusive
01 December 2020 | 8:34 pm
President Muhammadu Buhari is often quick to condemn killings and console families of victims, albeit, through press statements. Last Saturday, Boko Haram launched an attack on a farming community in Borno, killing scores of Nigerians.
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