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When Will It End?, Nigerians Need An Expiry Date

Every product wanted or unwanted has an expiry date labeled on it. This is to give it's buyers an assurance that the goods they are about to consume will do them much good. Surprisingly, a bad product also has an expiry date, it is neither visible to the buyer as to whether the product is bad or not; with the inclusion of an expiry date labeled on it, it is assumed to be a good product.

Since it's inception in 2002, with the main goal to "purify Islam in northern Nigeria", the security system in the country has witnessed some dramatic change. There wouldn't have been any cause for alarm at all but after its pledge of allegiance to "the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" from March 2015 to August 2016, Nigerian has recorded a tale of woes in its once peaceful nation.

Boko Haram became a household name without paying a courtesy visit to each house in Nigeria. This deadly sect has killed tens of thousands and displaced more than 2.3 million from their homes and was ranked as the world's deadliest terror group by the Global Terrorism Index in 2015.

All attempts to track this sect down has proved abortive. Although the military force of Nigeria has gained some sense of victory which ranges from the summary execution of its leader in July 2009 this victory can be said to adding fuel to an inferno. The more they try to crush their wings, the more they gain momentum to fly. One of the heartbreaking attacks was recorded in April 2014, with the kidnapping of 276  schoolgirls from Chibok (A Local Government Area Of Borno State)

From 2014 till date, Nigerians cannot give an account of the number of those girls that were released. While assumed figures were scattered around the years, the exact number of kidnapped girls has not been released. Nigerians wait in that someday, their daughters will return.

The havoc caused by the sect tends to increase day by day and it is time to ask ourselves the question "When will it come to an end? Nigerians need an expiry date.

Written by : Timileyin Oni
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