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Posted On 05/19/2014 09:56:07 by lagosadmin
Boko Haram’s recent kidnappings of schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in Borno state, Nigeria, at least in its explosive aftermath, is reminiscent of the legal cases of two northern Nigerian women, Safiya Hussaini and Amina Lawal, who were sentenced to death by stoning under sharia law in 2002. Though unrelated the stoning sentences were state-sanctioned punishments that were later overturned, and the kidnappings are a criminal act by a terrorist group these cases illustrate how the legal climate in northern Nigeria has reached a point where girls can be seen as chattels to be taken, held, sold and, according to the latest video purportedly released by Boko Haram, indoctrinated and bartered.[Finish Article ]

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From: davidwarner
06/02/2017 02:52:59

The evening of April 2014, 276 female understudies were seized from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria Obligation with respect to the kidnappings was attested by Boko Haram, a radical and mental aggressor affiliation arranged in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls made sense of how to escape all through the accompanying couple of months and some have depicted their catch in appearances at all inclusive human rights social occasions. DoneDissertation.co.uk



From: addisonadam
06/01/2017 04:56:42

Boko Haram's current kidnappings of schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in Borno state, Nigeria, at any rate in its hazardous outcome, is reminiscent of the legitimate instances of two northern Nigerian ladies, Safiya Hussaini and Amina Lawal, who were sentenced to death by stoning under sharia law in 2002. Write My Essay



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From: JacquesRobert
12/09/2016 04:23:53

On the night of April 2014, 276 female understudies were seized from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria. assignment help service. Obligation regarding the kidnappings was asserted by Boko Haram, a radical and psychological militant association situated in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls figured out how to escape throughout the following couple of months and some have portrayed their catch in appearances at universal human rights gatherings.



From: lagosmeet99
03/13/2016 00:10:19

Case of Schoolgirls kidnapping increase in Nagira which is not good for the government of Nnagira and people as well. People who involve in such cases are having narrow and cheap minded people. Solid and full planed action required to overcome such cases. Detail of first case i read at bestessays.com but this site have so many articles in which you discuss such cases.





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