By Ali Abare Abubakar — The Washington Times Shares
"With the Nigerian military trying to contain Boko Haram insurgency in the northeast, opening another front in the southeast may prove expensive, particularly now that oil revenue has fallen sharply," said Jeff Okoroafor, a political analyst in Abuja and head of Opinion Nigeria, a citizen's rights group.
"Lots of questions need to be answered by the Nigerian government," said Jeff Okoroafor, a political analyst in Abuja and head of Opinion Nigeria, a citizens rights group. "We need to know the details of how Boko Haram returned the girls. Were there conditions attached? Why didn't they return the Chibok girls alongside the Dapchi girls?"