The Atlantic quotes Africa Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Rudolph Atallah on Nigeria’s effectiveness in combating Ebola but not threats from the terrorist organization Boko Haram: 

“A lot of people in northern Nigeria are, in fact, disgusted with Boko Haram,” Rudy Atallah, a senior fellow at The Atlantic Council and an expert on Nigeria, said. “But because the population of the North has felt neglected by the South for so long, many of them view Boko Haram as an able body fighting against the government.”


“Ebola impacts everyone,” Atallah noted. “It doesn’t have ties to particular sects or groups.”

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