"Let's see if we can go eat them for breakfast," he says with an ominous chuckle.
Outbreak has reached 'epidemic threshold' in certain states
The illness causes acute inflammation of the outer layers of the brain and spinal cord, with the most common symptoms being fever, headache and neck stiffness.
5 members of ISIL-linked Boko Haram arrested over thwarted plot against Western targets
Parliament twice rejects nomination of Ibrahim Magu as EFCC’s chairman
Turkish embassy in Abuja says kidnappers have made high ransom demand for their release
Nasir el-Rufai calls on parliament to open $484m annual budget for public scrutiny
State claims waterfront shanties in Lagos break the law and pose environmental risk, justifying their destruction
Officers killed in militant ambush after rescuing kidnapped victims kept in riverine area by militants, says official
Hakan Cakil says FETO propaganda activity in Nigeria to blame for anti-Turkey allegations
Health minister says vaccines for meningitis stereotype C were not available for commercial sale
In recent weeks the fighters have intensified raids in areas near Lake Chad, stealing food from residents.
Last week, hundreds demanded that Amnesty International leave Nigeria
4 women, 6 men were kidnapped in northeastern Borno State
Influential politician -- already standing trial on corruption charges -- denies latest claims contained in leaked report
Among the killed are 3 suspected suicide bombers, a woman and a child; Boko Haram suspected in attack
Borno state police spokesman Victor Isuku said the incident occurred when three bombers -- a man and two women -- tried to enter Umarari village just outside Maiduguri.
Asma’u as a Quran translator, Poet, and a revered Princess and teacher, and Nana Asmau was the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate
Bombers detonate explosive vests in an area that houses a crowded community near police hospital; 16 others injured
The rescue from terrorist hideouts in northeastern Nigeria seems to be one of the largest in recent single operation