Just days after being crowned Africa's largest economy, Nigeria has been left reeling from the biggest attack yet on its capital. A Monday morning rush hour blast at a busy bus station on the outskirts of Abuja has been blamed on the radical Islamist sect of Boko Haram. As the challenges mount to President Goodluck Jonathan's bid for re-election next year, the question remains: how can Boko Haram be dealt with?
Director of Phobos International
President, Institute for Prospective and Security Studies in Europe
Louis Magloire KEUMAYOU
Independent journalist and President of African information club
Former US Ambassador to Nigeria