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Chibok girl ambassadors

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Peace Talks in Nigeria

This page is a placeholder to document past and future peace talks in Nigeria, especially with regard to finding a peaceful resolution to the civil war in North-East Nigeria.

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External resources

Reaction of the Nigerian government to the Boko Haram insurgency

Nigerian forces

The Nigerian forces have been so far mostly unable to counteract the Boko Haram insurgency. In NE Nigeria, the government forces are losing ground to the Boko Haram militia. Some of the military's strongholds and forts are being surrounded: the soldiers only dare going out in large numbers. The government forces are demoralized, overwhelmed, infiltrated by corrupt elements. 1

Effects of the Boko Haram insurgency on the local population

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Affected regions

Since Spring 2014, Boko Haram captured about 20 cities in the States of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe.

Population

Casualties

About 13,000 people have been killed since the beginning of the Boko Haram isurection in 2009 to the end of 2014.

For: H.O.Sulaiman, Nigerian Ambassador in France, regarding the social unrest in NE Nigeria

I just sent an email to the Nigerian Ambassador in France. See the full text of that email below. Please write, too, to show your own concern.

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The letter

Subject: For: H.O.Sulaiman regarding the social unrest in NE Nigeria
From: augustin

Could Boko Haram be the armed wing of All Progressive Congress?

Questions alleging a link between the opposition party in Nigeria and Boko Haram were forwarded by a British Parliamentarian to the UK foreign secretary on July 8, 2014. The questions, listed under ‘notices for written answer’, were published on the website of the UK parliament.
The following Boko Haram related questions asked by the Parliamentarian, Andrew Rosindell, are below:

Global Partnership for Education

Global Partnership for Education: Their mission is "to galvanize and coordinate a global effort to deliver a good quality education to all girls and boys, prioritizing the poorest and most vulnerable."
Web site: http://www.globalpartnership.org/
Twitter: @GPforEducation

Nigeria

Their Nigeria page:
http://www.globalpartnership.org/country/nigeria

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