In Bornu state, a small town called Monguno which has a total population of 60, 000, now sanctuary about 140, 000 Nigerians who run away from home, comparable to people who left North Africa for Europe.
The source stated “Since the Boko Haram insurgency began, more people have migrated to Monguno alone than left all of North Africa for Europe in the first nine months of this year,”
“About 40% more people have been displaced throughout Borno state (1.4 million) than reached Europe by boat in 2015 (1 million). Across the region, the war against Boko Haram has forced more people from their homes – 2.6 million – than there are Syrians in Turkey, the country that hosts more refugees than any other.
“The comparisons mirror a wider trend across Africa. Of the world's 17 million displaced Africans, 93.7% remain inside the continent, and just 3.3% have reached Europe, No matter how many problems Europeans have, it's nothing like this,”
Modu Amsami, the nine IDP camps, told the source “Please, I'm appealing to Europeans to forget their minor problems. Let them come here and face our major problems.”
Amsami said the Boko Haram terrorist targeted the Nigerian Christians, already take a step in abduction about 276 Christian schoolgirls from a town called Chibok and forced convert some of them to Muslims.
While they also attack some building attached to the police and the UN in the country.