Angelina Jolie Condemns Boko Haram Prevalent Attacks In Northern Nigeria

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Angelina-Jolie

Award winning Hollywood actress and United Nations Ambassador, Angelina Jolie has come out to condem the attacks being carried out by Boko Haram in Nigeria.

She made this known in a statement released yesterday, the 13th of January.

“Each new crime committed by Boko Haram exceeds the last in brutality. This is a direct consequence of the environment of total impunity in which Boko Haram operates.

She also stated in the release how the terror group gain more power on every attack on innocent lives in the country. “. Every time they get away with mass murder, rape and the enslavement of women and children, they are emboldened.”

Finally, she pleaded for support from the United StateS government and the rest of the international bodies to join hands in fighting the vicious group in order to stop the killing in the country. “Bring the perpetrators of these attacks to justice”.

 

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