Glenna Gordon
<p>Mohammed Abas Kgava, the spokes person for the vigilantes, poses for a portrait at Pilgrim's Camp in Maiduguri, where hundreds of vigilantes and hunters have gathered and are ready to use their local knowledge of the bush and the forrest to go and look for the nearly 300 kidnapped girls in Northern Nigeria. They are armed only with bows and arrows, pistols, and hunting rifles, while Boko Haram is often said to be better armed than the Nigerian army. </p>
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Mohammed Abas Kgava, the spokes person for the vigilantes, poses for a portrait at Pilgrim's Camp in Maiduguri, where hundreds of vigilantes and hunters have gathered and are ready to use their local knowledge of the bush and the forrest to go and look for the nearly 300 kidnapped girls in Northern Nigeria. They are armed only with bows and arrows, pistols, and hunting rifles, while Boko Haram is often said to be better armed than the Nigerian army.

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