Sociologist asks why there's no widespread outrage following Adamawa terrorist attack

When terrorists strike in the West, everyone queues up for a show of solidarity, but there's been no such effort after a terrorist killed 50 people in one attack in Adamawa attack. An attack with such a high casualty rate is sure draw a strong sure of support had it happened in the West.

Sociologist, Dr Craig Considine wonders why Adamawa has been met with silence. He wrote:

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