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EDITORIAL: Suicide Bombing’s Deadly Resurgence in Nigeria: A Call to Action



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The horrific suicide bombings in Gwoza, Nigeria, that claimed at least 18 innocent lives, including children and pregnant women, have once again thrown up concerns about the insecurity plague confronting Nigeria.

The tactic of using women and girls as human bombs is a particularly depraved tactic, showcasing the utter disregard for human life that defines the twisted ideology of terrorists.

Diaspora Digital Media condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the barbaric act at Gwoza, and the sickening ideology that compelled the perpetrators to action.

The deliberate targeting of civilians, including children and pregnant women, is a heinous crime against humanity that must be met with swift and decisive action.

The Nigerian government must launch a thorough and transparent investigation into this atrocity, leaving no stone unturned in the pursuit of justice.

The perpetrators and their masters must be brought to account for their crimes, and the networks that enable them must be dismantled.

The international community must also acknowledge the gravity of this situation and provide tangible support to Nigeria in its fight against terrorism.

The war against terror requires a united front, and all must stand together to vanquish this scourge.

We urge the government to take concrete steps to improve security, intelligence gathering, and counter-terrorism efforts.

The lives of innocent Nigerians depend on it.

We owe it to the victims and their families to ensure that such atrocities never happen again.

Let us stand united against terrorism and its depraved ideology.

Let us honour the memories of the fallen by fighting for a safer Nigeria for all.

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