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    The bokoharam sect have been here with us but have never been given as much audience as they are being given now. For years they have been causing chaos in the northern region of the country. Basically they Have finally been able to get the world to listen to there believes. Now they have taken about 300 girls into captivity the attention of the world is here now. The situation would have never been blown into this proportion if their little tactics have been curbed and no stone was left unturned. Our leaders since the incidence have chosen to be derelict they have not handled it as well as the west would have the moment it happened. In Wole Soyinkas interview he said Nigeria is a failed state,i dont totally disagree,because in a sovereign country like Nigeria the government suppose to be responsible for it's citizens. I feel pity for the forces looking for these missing girls cause they don't even know how the girls look like even with a government that feels"somewhat derelict" and a president who rather take dancing lessons and gallivant the country in the name of campaign to get the vote of the people that he has failed. Here is my take,whether we agree or not it is not just a Nigerian problem,they are trampling on peoples right,they are hindering growth in the world because if you want to make the world a better place then you should educate a girl child. Rapidly they are gaining your audience which is making them more infamous,richer and feared. It will only take one western military might to put them in place. What is the delay??

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