2,000 Feared Killed by Boko Haram

This horrible warning has happened.

Notes on 7-29-14  “A Genocide is coming if the issues of today aren’t dealt with now.. leaders stop your child like arguing and deal with the problem before it’s too late.” Spirits Voice — In my opinion it sounds like either ISIS or Boko Haram, both Iraq and Nigeria have poor leadership stuck in a constant bickering state.

The Facts on 1-10-15: Kano, Nigeria (CNN)Boko Haram militants opened fire on northern Nigerian villages, leaving bodies scattered everywhere and as many as 2,000 people feared dead, officials said. Quoted News: http://www.cnn.com/2015/01/09/africa/boko-haram-violence/index.html

12 responses to “2,000 Feared Killed by Boko Haram”

  1. Compassion Avatar

    My heart is saddened by this. This Boko Haram is everything not Nigerian. This group needs to be eliminated. Reelecting the same leadership in February 2015 will not accomplish that. Nigeria needs leadership that will act. Nigeria can not wait for the U.S. or the UK. These attacks in the North are not negatively impacting the oil that the U.S. and UK rely on from the South.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      They need someone who will stand against them.

  2. Jules104 Avatar

    That is so sad. I will be praying for all of those people affected by this despicable group of monsters, and hope and pray that they find those responsible.

  3. travis Avatar

    This is terrible wish this never had happened praying for peace and all the victims.

  4. Shannon Avatar

    This is horrifying. Praying for peace for all the victims.

  5. star48 Avatar

    Eric, more of the same., Bomb explodes in Nigeria.

  6. star48 Avatar

    Eric, Boko Haram, attacked market..in Nigeria., still adding fatalities..

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      I saw that, very ugly. Boko Haram is so awful

  7. star48 Avatar

    Eric, Boko Haram , attacking another country., Chad..1st time..

  8. star48 Avatar

    Eric, regarding Boko Haram- Update.” At least 10,000 people have been killed in Nigeria’s Islamic uprising in the past year, according to the Council on Foreign Affairs, and some 1.6 million people have been driven from their homes in the campaign to enforce strict Islamic law across Nigeria, whose 160 million people are divided almost equally between Muslims and Christians.”
    See…latest attack on bus station.,

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