What I would do in response to the latest massacre in Borno State

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What I would do in response to the latest massacre in Borno State

  1. Register and licence local vigilante groups
  2. Establish 20 Nigerian Army battalions in strategic towns across the northeast
  3. Commence building of a fence along the borders with Chad/Cameroon/Niger
  4. Offer free uniforms and school meals to all youths in the area to encourage education
  5. Get the Lake Chad Basin Authority to create 30,000 jobs in the northeast
  6. Build six special high-security prisons for Boko Haram fighters where they can be trained and equipped with vocational skills
  7. Establish a special paramilitary force which will be trained in rescue missions to deal with matters like the Chibok girls
  8. Establish a special anti-terrorist brigade in say Damaturu, Dikwa or Chibok
  9. Double soldiers allowances and offer a special bonus to anyone asked to serve in the northeast
  10. Sign foreign defence pacts with say South Africa and China which commits them to assist military, supplying equipment and training personnel

Credit: AFP via Getty Images
Nigerian soldiers are on patrol in October, after gunmen suspected of belonging to the Islamic State West Africa Province group raided the village of Tungushe, killing a soldier and three residents. | Credit: AFP via Getty Images

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Ayo Akinfe, born in Salford, Manchester, is a London-based journalist who has worked as a magazine and newspaper editor for the last 20 years. Ayo attended Federal Government College Kaduna and obtained his first degree in history from the University of Ibadan.

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