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Terrorism in Nigeria: Boko Haram succeeded by rising Fulani militancy

Terrorism in Nigeria: Boko Haram succeeded by rising Fulani militancy

Due to a rising Fulani militancy, there are minority ethnic villages in North Central Nigeria that suffer deliberate, coordinated, systematic, and continuous attacks. Though this militia has killed thousands of people in recent years, they continue to operate with little to no government intervention. The nature of this violence demonstrates that the Fulani militants have the potential to displace Boko Haram as the greatest threat to Nigeria.

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Mr. Mark Lipdo

Founder of Stefanos Foundation, a human rights advocacy, relief, rehabilitation, and reconstruction agency in Nigeria

Mr. Mark Jacob

Attorney for over 25 years, former Attorney General of Kaduna State

Mr. Solomon Musa

National president of the Southern Kaduna Peoples’ Union

Mr. Jonathan Asake

Director of Research and Public Affairs for the Southern Kaduna Indigenes Progressive Forum, Former member of Nigeria’s Federal House of Representatives

Ms. Mirjam Bos

Lawyer with Jubilee Campaign, an international human rights organization

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