Jaimee Kokonya


The Female Body As A Weapon Of Terror: Boko Haram’s Feminization Of Suicide Bombing

A historical timeline of Boko Haram (now known as the Islamic State West Africa) by the BBC states that the terrorist organization began its military operations in 2009. This military offensive was asserted through a sequence of attacks targeting police stations and government buildings. Its continued military aggression led to […]


Saleh-Houthi Forces’ Use Of Landmines In Yemeni Conflict

A report by Human Rights Watch published on April 20th, 2017 revealed that the use of banned anti-personnel landmines by Houthi Rebels and forces loyal to Yemen’s former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, have caused numerous casualties and hindered the safe return of civilians displaced by the fighting. The forces’ actions […]


Amnesty International’s Secretary General Pens Open Letter To South Sudan’s President

It seems that we sooner witnessed the free world run by a separatist, high-handed, entitled orangutan than the incumbent South Sudanese Government taking accountability for its part in the country’s security crisis. Salil Shetty, Amnesty International’s Secretary General, recently penned a letter to President Salva Kiir Mayardit on 28th March 2017, […]