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Nigeria, unable to secure its capital city, is closing schools, evacuating students

By Thomas Lifson

You will not see this in the U.S. media, but Nigeria, the most populous nation in Africa with 217 million people (and growing over 2.5% a year), is devolving toward chaos.  Boko Haram and other Muslim factions are warring against what they regard as infidels, including Christians and adherents of indigenous religions.

The federal government of Nigeria has undertaken various measures to try to unify the Muslim North with the largely Christian South, including the construction of a new capital city, Abuja, in the center of the country.  It also has created a system of Federal Government Colleges (FGCs), also called Federal Unity Colleges, which are actually secondary (high) schools,

to guarantee national integration and national building among Nigerian children if given the opportunity at a very tender age to live, learn and play together in ideal education environment as provided ab initio by the Federal Unity School established in the 1970s and 1980s…

 

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