Olisa Agbakoba, while expressing dissatisfaction with the government's lackadaisical attitude to the issue, buttressed Danjuma's view, citing the weird circumstances in which some Dapchi schoolgirls were abducted by Boko with a conclusion that 'Nobody can trust the army anymore.' On its part, the Middle Belt Youth Council lamented that Nigeria had become 'the choice sport of Fulani herdsmen without any repercussive
action by the Nigerian government.'
The category involved with consists of a new way of producing generalized and reciprocal suspicion, which seeks to "capture" subjects and their relations by means of a repercussive
and verifiable discourse.
impediments have compromised the collaborative mission of libraries and information organizations: to improve usability and retrieve relevant content.
(95) Therefore, while the impact of these objections is likely limited, the effects of having called into question the United States' reservations under CAT could have repercussive
effects for non-litigation focused advocacy at the Committee Against Torture.
If I know the structure of the world and I am capable of understanding how its parts are imbricated and how some elements are repercussive
upon others, then I can predict rules of behavior closely adjusted to reality.
2016 "A Twenty Hour a Day Job': The Repercussive
Effects of Frequent Low-Level Criminal Justice Involvement on Family Life." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 665(1): 63-79.