Have the Nigerian security forces gone too far?
As the University of Maiduguri shut its doors this morning, in response to the violence rocking the northern Nigerian city, another blast went off in the Baga Motor park area.
Residents have locked themselves in their houses in fear of reprisal raids from the military. Eyewitnesses told the BBC on Monday that the army had shot civilians and burned down their houses in response to a previous attack. The army has denied that they have been targeting civilians.
Legislators from Borno state held a press conference today criticising the strategy being employed by the military and calling for an amicable solution.
Are the army's tactics acceptable? Are these tactics effective in tackling the threat that Boko Haram poses to security in the region? What would you like the army to do to solve the problem? What should the state government be doing?
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