Reuters news agency reported Tuesday that more than 400 women and children had been seized from the northern Nigeria town of Damask.
The agency quotes sources claiming their wives or daughters had been seized by the terrorists called Boko Haram.

The authenticity of the story has not been verified. But because it is coming just three days to the general elections, some analysts believe it is a ploy by the West and their local collaborators to scuttle the polls and provide justification for tenure extension. Section 64 (2) of the Nigerian constitution provides that if the nation is at war, the president could get the permission of the legislature to cancel election and remain in office for six months in the first instance.

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