Boko Haram releases 344 students in Nigeria, says government to broadcaster.
Learn about the Chibok school massacre
The Nigerian government has promised to bomb Boko Haram. This is not likely, because Boko Haram and international terrorists are fighting each other, not Christians. But is there a connection? Yes, a very big one. When the president of Nigeria asked all US ambassadors to stop sending students to Nigeria to learn Islam, it was a very unfortunate comment.
Heated words were said, but no action was taken. That’s because President Bush had just added fuel to the fire when he went to Nigeria to visit his mother and father. He made a point of meeting with the Nigerian president, but did not mention the US, which has provided money and weapons to international terrorist groups, including Abu Sayyaf and Boko Haram. In fact, the US ambassador to Nigeria lied when he denied that the US was supplying arms to the Nigerian government.
There are reports that more than 600 students have been kidnapped from various schools in the Chagos Islands. These students are used as suicide bombers. They have been brainwashed and are taught to fight the Nigerian army. This is part of the international terrorist group, which is called the Cell Spring. So, what does this mean for the USA?
Well, President Bush is right on the subject, because anyone who supports the Nigerian government and terrorists is an international terrorist, and we must be careful with them. This is what I wrote in an article for veterans today. It is also worth noting that many of the students kidnapped in Nigeria are from America and other Western countries. We need to observe closely how some of these people are treated, because they may have connections in the USA.
The United States supports the efforts of the Nigerian government to hunt down and recover those students who have become disenchanted with the government. But what if the government itself is a terrorist organization? Is our country at risk? Some believe that the Nigerian government and the various international terrorists are holding hands. This is possible because President Bush has also added more troops to the US armed forces in Iraq and has even offered to help strengthen Nigeria’s economy.
Many believe that this means that we have a war on two fronts. Nigeria is fighting international terrorists and their sponsors, while we are fighting these international terrorists ourselves. While Nigeria struggles with terrorists, they are also struggling against the Christian population that wants to protect itself from becoming another extinct demographic. This means that the fight between Nigeria and international terrorists can boil and result in higher levels of violence.
There are rumors that the abducted students are being forced to convert to Islam and face death. The government has not confirmed this, but the number of kidnapped girls is believed to be increasing. This means that there is already a problem with religion and the increase in violence. Allowing students who have been taken hostage to be converted to Islam will only make things worse.
The government must do everything it can to protect students and return them safely to their families. There is no doubt that the government has been working very hard to gain control of the situation and protect students, but it seems that the problem may just be getting worse. That is why the United Nations must have a task force from Nigeria to monitor the situation and prevent students from being more in danger.
The Nigerian government needs to help kidnapped students immediately before the situation escalates further. They must ensure that all travel and entry into the country has been interrupted until the situation no longer affects students. Once this is done, students can be released, monitored and assisted until they can be returned to their families. Otherwise, there will be an increase in levels of violence and an even greater risk of an international terrorist attack. The government must do everything in its power to ensure that students are safe and that Nigeria is not being targeted by international terrorists.
Is the Nigerian government doing everything to save students? There are currently many students at Chibok boarding school waiting to be rescued. It is hoped that one of them made it out alive. If one is not found, more students will be in danger. Parents must take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of their children and all of Nigeria.
The government must ensure that the search operation for Chibok girls takes place as quickly as possible and that the search covering all states and territories in Nigeria is done in coordination with the governments of neighboring countries. Nigeria and neighboring countries must be united to take a stand against international terrorists and those who encourage and help them. If international terrorists continue their activities in Nigeria