A Song of Africa: the Roots of Boko Haram

Ronald Wheatley (Author)

To understand the rise of the terrorist group unique to Nigeria, Boko Haram, one has to understand a little of the history of Nigeria. “A Song of Africa,” integrates that history in an exciting and non intrusive way.

Boko Haram is led by Abubakar Shekau. His rise to power in just a few short years resembles the strategy of Uthman dan Fodio who led the first Jihad in Nigeria at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

At that time the Hausa-Fulani states were controlled by pagan rulers. The minority of devout Moslems in the north suffered under this leadership which they considered both politically oppressive and morally decadent.

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