President Muhammadu Buhari has remained upbeat about Nigeria's chance of defeating Boko Haram soon.

He has once again expressed confidence that with the Intelligence Fusion Center that his administration is setting up in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State, Nigeria's military will stay ahead of Boko Haram's desperate attacks on soft targets.

The President's statement is coming just a day after suicide bombers killed at least 15 persons and injured over 50 others in Biu Market in Borno State.

He offered his condolences to the families of the victims of the attack on his Twitter handle on Sunday, praying that the souls of the dead will rest in peace.

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The President had, in Jordan on Saturday, also highlighted what the world must do to end violence extremism and terror attacks.

He says regional cooperation is now needed more than ever to combat the world-wide threat of violent extremism.

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Speaking at a bilateral meeting with King Abdullah II of Jordan, President Buhari stressed that inter-regional cooperation and information sharing were the only ways the evil of terrorism could be curtailed.

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