Filmmaker: Xavier Muntz

Since 2010, people in northeastern Nigeria have lived in constant fear of being attacked.Technical defeat: 'They won't kill the idoeology'

"They may crush the movement, but they won't kill the idoeology, which is based on the gap between the rich and the poor in Nigeria. The ideology it brought, that Yusuf started, can spread everywhere. Even if the movement has been crushed, maybe in two or three years time we will have to see what they do and where it will re-emerge," says Apard.

 

Source: Al Jazeera News