[caption id="attachment_58586" align="alignleft" width="368"] Greennews.ng Team with IDPs in Mubi[/caption] By Adeyemi Olalemi One year after Nigerian military recaptured Mubi and other neighbouring towns in Adamawa state from Boko Haram terrorists, life is gradually returning to the once deserted towns. Residents are now back and businesses are up

[caption id="attachment_57951" align="alignleft" width="381"] IDPs in Mubi town with Greennews.ng team[/caption] With over 2 million people internally displaced in the north-eastern part of Nigeria where Boko Haram had ravaged towns and villages with bombings, shootings and invasion, Nigeria, surely, faces a humanitarian crisis in the region.

[caption id="attachment_57668" align="alignleft" width="383"] Mubi Town, Adamawa state[/caption] By Adeyemi Olalemi The fear of Boko Haram is the beginning of wisdom – Victims In the face of threatening insurgency in the northeast, with deadly incessant Boko Haram attacks and the deaths of thousands, victims scampered for safety. They

[caption id="attachment_57035" align="alignleft" width="300"] One of the checkpoints manned by Vigilantes in Mubi, end route Cameroun[/caption]       It is no longer news that local Vigilantes, also known as Civilian JTF (Joint Task Force), contributed greatly to the recent victory against Boko Haram terrorists in north-eastern part of

[caption id="attachment_56317" align="alignleft" width="300"] Boko Haram armoured tank destroyed by the Nigerian Military at Hong[/caption] By Adeyemi Olalemi Boko Haram members are also humans, despite their threat to humanity; they still remain a part of the human race it is sabotaging. With the towns now recaptured after an

[caption id="attachment_55379" align="alignleft" width="300"] Bridge damaged by Boko Haram terrorists in Ka al[/caption] by Adeyemi Olalemi Mubi town, one of the commercial nerve centre and second largest town in Adamawa state was renamed “Madinatul Islam” (City of Islam) by the insurgents after it was captured. Residents there said the