Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 5.34.05 PM

A suicide bombing attributed to Boko Haram has killed 32 people and injured more than 80 at a market in northeastern Nigeria.

According to regional officials, the terror organization has been responsible for thousands of murders, kidnappings, and attacks in Nigeria, Chad, and Cameroon, and this latest explosion comes just three weeks after a string of suicide bombings killed 42 and injured more than 100 in Yola.

Adamawa state’s deputy superintendent, Othman Abubakar, said the bulk of the victims of Tuesday night’s explosion were vendors and passersby, and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari promised to rid his country of terrorism.

While the world focuses its attention on how to deal with ISIS, in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, a new report found Boko Haram, not ISIS, is the deadliest terrorist organization in the world.

According to the Global Terrorism Index, Boko Haram was responsible for more than 6,644 deaths in 2014, while ISIS was responsible for 6,073. Moreover, this year alone Boko Haram has killed more than 2,000 people, and in the last six years, the group has been responsible for greater than 20,000 casualties.

Tags: , , , ,
Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter
  • Mary Burrell

    Will the mainstream media report this? Wait i will not hold my breathe.

    • elle D.

      My thoughts exactly Sister Mary B. Good evening to you-

    • Mary Burrell

      Good evening to you too Sis

    • [email protected]

      Exactly Sister.

  • [email protected]

    Both Boko Haram and ISIS are evil organizations. There is the double standard shown by the corporate media. The deaths of black Africans are shown in a lesser degree than the deaths of residents of Europeans when any death of any innocent human being (regardless of nationality) should be condemned.

    • Mahogany


    • [email protected]

      Thanks Sister.

      #Black African Lives Matter.

  • Lelani

    There are so many disturbed people in this world with twisted ideologies. Terrorists have always been exploitive, but now they have revealed themselves to be immature and attention seeking. Terrorist groups are now competing for more attention by killing and maiming. Isis and Boko Haram are competing with each other to destroy God given life. What kind of group goes after civilians then want to be called fighters? Why does the president say Isil while the rest of the world say Isis?