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 On November 29, the number that began as 43-year-old farmers rose to 110 Nigerians killed - some with their throats cut off, others with their heads cut off. Boko Haram, a Daesh shooter, has quickly demanded credit for what the UN has described as the deadliest attack on victims in 2020.

For more than a decade, people in northeastern Nigeria have been talking about the horrors of this group, whose name literally translates as 'Western education is not allowed.'

Since its inception in 2009, the party's ongoing conflict with the Nigerian government has affected more than 15 million people. In 2015, the Global Terrorism Index ranked Boko Haram as the deadliest group. This is the same terrorist outfit aimed at kidnapping more than 100 girls in 2018 and 270 girls in 2014, many of whom to date are still missing.

To raise its profile, Boko Haram has targeted the Nigerian education system. Its activities include inhumane acts of promiscuity, such as bombing children before bombing a public place, injuring and destroying schools, and burning students and teachers. Research shows that there are two main ways in which the group has tried to enter the national education system. First, a reduction in household income forcing children to drop out of school and start working or joining the military. Second, by reducing the number of schools and teachers altogether.

According to the World Bank, after Covid-19, Nigeria's private income, Africa's largest economy will be set back for 40 years. Prior to the outbreak, the country was already experiencing high levels of unemployment and inflation. The Nigerian economy is likely to work at 3.2% this year - which is expected to grow by 2.1%, a growth rate of more than 5 percent.

Nigeria has ranked 10 countries in terms of child development in terms of measures such as health, education, nutrition, and equity. Although in 2003 Nigeria signed the Child Rights Act into law, millions of Nigerian children (estimated at 43%) engaged in challenging work and physical abuse as a way of life.

Demonstrating global outrage and outrageous statements only serve to further the idea that such acts are known. Children are the future of the world. If this continues to increase, what will be the future of Nigeria?

On December 12, dozens of motorcyclists attacked a boys' school in Katsina state, Nigeria. Of the 800 students, more than half are still missing. Although, at the beginning of the government he accused many criminals operating in the country, claiming that they imitated the authority of Boko Haram. However, Boko Haram is also the victim of this abduction, adding to the victory of other criminals who are trying to stop children from learning.

Even regional governments in Africa have done little to stem the tide of bad practices, such as maladministration and corruption. It is important to know that many smart groups do not regret poverty, but instead, lose hope and confidence in the idea of ​​a better future. It is true that the assumption that progress can be made overnight. However, the necessary changes and government support can help bring any country back into the abyss of total annihilation. Focus on hope, not just proclamations, but good deeds. This extends to the board and not just in Nigeria.