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Boko Haram's massacre in Nigeria, 3000 People Murdered and Counting



While millions marched against in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris France, mainstream media has not lifted an eyebrow to the massacre administered by the infamous Boko Haram.

As of January 12, 2015, Boko Haram has unleashed his most deadliest masscre. Close to 3000 feared dead in Nigeria. Civilian fighters gave up trying to count all the bodies. There are not enough resources to tend the amount a dead bodies lying in the street.

Will Ross, analyst for BBC News, described the violence as relentless and increasingly shocking.

“Security forces have responded rapidly, and have deployed significant military assets and conducted air strikes against militant targets,” said a government spokesman.

The government has made no official comment on the alleged massacres. President Goodluck Jonathn skimmed security issues when he relaunched his re-election bid in front of thousands cheering supporters.

Neither the president, Goodluck Jonathan, nor his main rival, Muhammadu Buhari, have addressed the massacres in Baga.




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