Borno –Pupils in the North-East are reportedly afraid to go back to school for fear of Boko Haram attacks, two weeks after schools opened across the country.
Punch reported that most schools in the region remained closed for two years in areas where thousands have been displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency.
The report said girls, in particular dreaded returning to school.
The Boko Haram rebellion has killed at least 17 000 people and displaced 2.6million people in the country since 2009, according to an infographic published by News24 Nigeria.
- News24 Nigeria