Nigerian Women Play Major Role in Fighting Boko Haram
Oct. 18, 2016: Terrorist group Boko Haram has gradually lost ground in northeastern Nigeria, thanks to the military and a group of patriotic youth and adults known as the Civilian Joint Task Force. Although not widely known, the women of the civilian force have played an immense role in battling the insurgents, particularly in gathering intelligence. Read the full article: Female Fighters Who Risk Their Lives Battling Boko Haram (Information Nigeria)
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