By Segun Ige
IT’S a pity that the #BringBackOurBoys has suddenly died down. It’s a pity that yet another group of schoolboys has been abducted. And it’s a pity that we don’t actually know what will happen next.
By the Wednesday, February 17 abduction of 42 people, including 27 students and three teachers, in the Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State, it is unequivocally reasonable to submit that the Nigerian government is still grappling with the sphinx of insecurity, increasingly of students, incessantly in the North.
From North-East Borno to North-West Katsina, the insurgents have tactically and strategically migrated to North-Central Niger. And they’ve tentatively monopolised northern spheres of the country, born out of the civil disobedience and negligence…