Biv of Poop

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Gambo, Hauwa. ” We won’t negotiate under Boko Haram’s conditions –Presidency”, November 5, 2012 8:33 am,

Euronews, “Nigeria: Boko Haram call for peace with conditions”, council on foreign relations, 04/11 11:03 CET,

Campbell , John. ” Boko Haram Offers Cease Fire Opportunity?” November 2, 2012

This day live(No author). “FG/Boko Haram: A New Peace Deal?” Nov, 11, 12

Walker, Andrew. “What Is Boko Haram?” May 2012, United States Institute of Peace,

ATTAH , GODWIN. GAMBRELL , JON. “7 killed, 100 wounded in Nigeria church bombing“ Seattle Times, Sunday, October 28, 2012 at 5:28 AM ,

Wikipedia, ” Religion in Nigeria”, 20 September 2012 at 01:10,

Smock , David. Hayward , Susan. Huda, Qamar-ul. ” Religion and Peacebuilding” 2012

Agande, Ben. Binniyat, Luka. Ovuakporie, Emma. And Akinboade, Laide. “Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Hits Another Kaduna Church”

ALABI, CHRISTIANA T. “Nigeria: Kaduna Begins Inter-Religious Exchange Program for Schools” 13 JULY 2012
Leadership. “Onaiyekan, Kukah, Others Sue For Peace, As Victims Of Bomb Blast Are Buried” Wed, 01/02/2012 - 4:05pm…...

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