Nigeria Talks Suffer Setback

Afrique
March 18, 2012

Hopes that the secret talks between the Nigerian government and the Islamic sect Boko Haram could end the sect’s incessant attacks have suffered a setback, after the mediators pulled out of the talks over alleged leakage of the main details of the talks. A statement by the head of the mediators, Ibrahim Datti Ahmad, on Saturday said they (mediators) were embarrassed by the leakage, and have decided to quit.

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