More details are beginning to emerge around the young girls Boko Haram is using to carry out suicide bombings.
This amid widespread condemnation in the wake of another deadly weekend in Nigeria.
At least 23 people were killed by three female suicide bombers over the weekend, two of whom were reported to be just 10-years-old.
It is believed the young girls were either sacrificed by their Boko Haram parents or kidnapped and forced to do their deadly work.
The country is still reeling after last week's massacre in Baga in which 2,000 children, women and young men were slaughtered. The carnage in Nigeria
Amnesty International earlier said the Nigerian government's failure to prevent the massacre of more than 2,000 people by the terror group revealed its inability to protect civilians or launch any effective crackdown.
John spoke to the Assistant Head of the Africa Programme at Chatham House Elizabeth Donnelly who says while it is a difficult task, Boko Haram can be stopped.