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Students executed in hostels in Adamawa state, Nigeria
x | October 03, 2012
Students of Adamawa State University, Federal Polytechnic and the School of Health Technology, in Mubi, Adamawa State were embroiled in a horrific incident... (4) Comment



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Concerned Person    LA, USA    October 08, 2012
This is really sad. The Nigerian government should do something about this problems. People no longer have respect for people's lives. It's really sad!! Government should please take note!
OMOTAYO, J. A.    Lagos, NIGERIA    October 06, 2012
May the soul of the departed rest in peace. May God Almighty console the affected families, friends & well-wishers, amen. Boko Haram this, Boko Haram that. Every deadly thing in Nigeria now is seen as Boko Haram\'s operation. Quite unfortunate. If it were possible, government would have blamed Boko Haram for the floods in Makurdi, Lokoja, etc.

How would Boko Haram have been able to get a long list of students together with their respective hostels? If Boko Haram were that good, why have they not serially gunned down the members the various churches, legislatures, government officials, etc? Why would Boko Haram spend time to call out the victims one after the other when a big bomb could bring the hostel down with more casualities?

Why not limiting the scope of investigation, I like to believe that the killings were carried out by cult members. Those killed might probably the ones opposed to the activities of the cult members or belong to another cult group that was at war with the former. God save Nigeria.
Concerned Citizen    Toledo, Ohio, USA    October 04, 2012
It seems to be getting worse, not better. Is the presidency still opposed to the idea of calling a national conference to discuss the country's insurmountable problems? If so, why?
"Coming In From The Cold"    In California, U.S.A.    October 03, 2012
What kind of statement is this that is coming out from the President's mouth – that “nowhere in the history of the world where local insurgency has been brought under much control at the rate at which it has happened in Nigeria.” Is this statement supposed to console the parents of these young people or make them not feel the pain of their loss?

Why is it that this perfunctory President’s utterances always sound so petty and downright stupid? How can Jonathan tell people to remain calm in a situation like this?

Yes, we know you are dealing with a very serious sect, Boko Haram, but what are you doing about it? I am sure investigation will begin, continue, and never be finished, and no one will ever be brought to justice. I don’t expect Jonathan to do much about this.

What is the job of the JTF? Will anyone ever question the JTF for not responding adequately or enforcing the curfew? How can some people be flouting the curfew if there is no collaboration between these attackers and people who are supposed to enforce the curfew? This is the time to deploy police and soldiers who are not from that area to the north and there won’t be collaboration with them to carry out their dastardly acts. Let us “Onovo” them once again, like during the time of Yar’Adua.

Dem go hear “wen” once again, and this nonsense will stop.

As far as these thugs from the north are concerned, as long as you are from the south, Muslim or Christian, you are fair game; they don’t give a hoot. They don’t see a southern Muslim as up to par with them, religiously. I can bet you that the Muslims they killed were most probably those from the south.

Boko haram must be confronted and wiped out if anyone wants peace in this country. Jonathan should stop calling them “our” brothers. They are not our brothers; they should be destroyed. If the government won’t do the right thing to stop Boko Haram and the mayhem and carnage they are causing, people will eventually take up arms to face these idiots.
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