Tuesday, May 13, 2014

OFILI SPEAKS: The Immunization Of #Nigeria: Why #BokoHaram Can Actually Make Us Better

When I attended the National Economic Forum on Education in March I was tasked along with a group of others to develop a mock educational curriculum of what we should be teaching our children in 20 years time…in the future.


Ignoring video released yesterday by Boko Haram showing the kidnapped Chibok girls, ex-militant Asari Dokubo  still insists the kidnap is all a scam. He led an anti-bringbackourgirls protest yesterday and shared photos and the message above on his Facebook page. 
See more pictures after the cut:

Govt to reject Boko Haram exchange demands

The government is expected to reject conditions set out by Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau for the release of more than 200 schoolgirls held hostage by the Islamists.
Asked if the government would reject the suggestion by Shekau in a new video that the girls may be released once Nigeria frees all militant prisoners, Interior Minister Abba Moro said: "Of course."


Islamist sect Boko Haram claims that the girls shown in their latest video are some of the schoolgirls kidnapped from a hostel in Chibok on 14 April.
BBC News reports that the video shows at least 100 girls who have supposedly been converted to Islam.
Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has demanded the release of imprisoned Boko Haram members in exchange for the abducted girls.
According to a report by The Telegraph, Shekau will only return the children to their parents once all the imprisoned members have been released.

The Nigerian army's attempts to rescue the girls have been unsuccessful and their location has yet to be determined.

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