File - Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Lamido Sanusi speaking on the state of five Nigerian banks in Lagos, August 14, 2009. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
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Suspected Boko Haram gunmen have reportedly kidnapped 20 women from a nomadic settlement in northeast Nigeria near the town of Chibok, it was reported Monday.Chibok is the name town where the Islamist militants abducted more than 300 schoolgirls and young women on April 15 .Alhaji Tar, a member of the vigilante groups set up to resist Boko Haram's attacks, said the men arrived at noon Thursday in the Garkin Fulani settlement and forced the women to enter their vehicles at gunpoint. Nigeria's second highest Islamic authority, the emir of Kano, was named Sunday as Lamido Sanusi – a key position in defying Boko Haram.
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