Nigeria Talks Suffer Setback

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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