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Rehab complete for former BH Members

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Individuals have undergone the social reintegration process.

TVC News Nigeria gives us a report on 594 former BH Members

Deradicalization is a multifaceted process which involves the systematic dismantling of extremist beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. It is a process which seeks to undo the radicalization process by reintegrating individuals or groups that have become entrenched in extremist ideologies back into society. This process requires a complex, multifaceted approach which encompasses both psychological and social measures.

On the psychological level, deradicalization aims to identify and address the motivations and psychological triggers that have led an individual to become radicalized. This includes addressing the feelings of alienation and disempowerment which may have contributed to the radicalization process. On the social level, deradicalization involves the development of alternative models of identity and community which offer individuals a sense of belonging and community, it aids with the healing process by dealing directly with the problems at hand.


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Abusi
Abusi
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11 months ago

I hope once these Boko Haram insurgents are rehabilitated it will be easy for them to become affectionate. We should also try not to discriminate against them.

theApr
theApr
Member
11 months ago

How does this make sense. Saying they now apologize to Nigerians. They didn’t even serve jail term. So that means everyone in jail deserves a second chance too. Let’s keep breeding evil

Tonerol10
Tonerol10
Member
11 months ago

Rehab complete for former BH Members. This present government is
very Confuse. I no understand the meaning of this nonsense they are doing in the name rehabilitation or whatever they call it. very wrong

Taiwoo
Taiwoo
Member
11 months ago

Individuals ought to make an effort to find a solution to the situation that is troubling them; doing so contributes to the journey of rebuilding by addressing the issues that we are currently facing.

Hassan Isa
Hassan Isa
Member
11 months ago

How are the government offering rehabilitation services to these criminals, these people are meant to be in jail suffering for all the crimes they have committed.

Remi1
Remi1
Member
11 months ago

So rehab is enough to reintegrate these animals back to the society. No justice for all the lives they claimed, all the evil they did. It just clearly show the government are with these people

Godsewill Ifeanyi
Godsewill Ifeanyi
Member
11 months ago

We need money in the country, people that are doing good things like graduates are in need of help and empowerment and it’s boko haram that our government is helping.

Kazeem1
Kazeem1
Member
11 months ago

This country is an absolute joke, The federal government is just a bunch of comedians, people that are meant to be in jail because of the many lives they have killed. If that is their plan, then they should release all the prisoners and empower them too.

Ultra0711
Ultra0711
Member
11 months ago

Does this deradicalization process really work like that cause these people have been made to believe in nothing than violence and death to seek redemption.

Nwachukwu Kingsley
Nwachukwu Kingsley
Member
11 months ago

This is wrong rehabilitation services to these criminals if every criminal should be treated like this nobody will expected to be in prison this criminal need be punished for their crime

Haykaylyon26
Member
11 months ago

Rehab don’t use to work for everybody those who commit crime should be punished not to be undergone rehabilitation

Chibuzor
Chibuzor
Member
11 months ago

These people have taken the lives of so many and deserve to be killed. Criminal will always be criminal they don’t deserve second chance.

Tolaniiii
Tolaniiii
Member
11 months ago

Not bad giving them another chance to prove their worth to the society. They should just abide with the process guiding them.

Adesanyaj72
Adesanyaj72
Member
11 months ago

If anything, these felons should be suffering in prison for all the wrong they’ve done, not receiving government-funded rehabilitation services. They have already crossed the line with there actions.

Adeolastan
Adeolastan
Member
11 months ago

When talking about reintegration of individual or a town lots of things has to put in place or consider because it entails lot of process, commitment.

Christiana
Christiana
Member
11 months ago

This is really unjust, how can they not punish these guys. The fact that they are even letting them get back into the society is so dangerous. These Guys are being thoughtless

Bola12
Bola12
Member
11 months ago

When they should be behind bars paying for what they’ve done, how are these felons getting access to government-funded rehabilitation programmes?

SarahDiv
Member
11 months ago

It is good that about 594 former BH Members are going through the process of rehabilitation from radicalization. It hope these set of people will not go back to their vomit.

DimOla
DimOla
Member
11 months ago

594 Boko Haram who were hardened criminal that should be executed but have received amnesty, undergone rehabilitation from radicalism and integreted into the society. Honesty, these people should be killed. They have destroyed so many lives.

Iyanu12345ogg
Iyanu12345ogg
Member
11 months ago

In theory, it is possible for members of Boko Haram to repent and renounce their violent actions. Well, it ultimately depends on individual choices and circumstances. Also, I pray we won’t regret the step taken.