In this video, Al Jazeera’s Mihaela Fidan reports on the fight between women in Firsas, a city in north-eastern Nigeria, in which two women are reportedly killed and three injured.
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Fidan said the fight was the latest in a string of similar incidents.
The two women, aged 20 and 27, have been identified as the wives of the brothers of two other men, both of whom have been arrested.
They were beaten to death in the town of Buhari, north-west Nigeria, by the two men.
“They were not killed on the spot,” Fidan told Al Jazeera.
“This is the second time in just a few days that these two women were beaten.
They have been taken away and they will be put on trial soon.”
Al Jazeera spoke to a witness who told us that her husband was beaten by the men.
The woman said she witnessed the attack and saw the two women being taken away.
She also said that two of the women who were killed were tied up, their throats slit, and the other woman who was injured was strangled.
The victim’s body was later dumped in a field.
Fidal said there are reports that one of the victims was a daughter of one of her brothers, who is also believed to have been killed.
Fidani said the authorities have not yet released any details of the investigation into the women’s deaths.
The attack has reignited the debate about women’s rights in Nigeria, where the government has been criticised for its handling of cases of female genital mutilation, forced marriage and other cases of violence against women.
Boko Haram militants have also used women as human shields in recent months.
Fidesz said it would not tolerate any forms of violence and would fight back.
FIDAN: How has Boko Haram become a problem for Nigeria?
MihELA FIDANI: In the last few days, several incidents of attacks have occurred in Buhori and other areas of northern Nigeria, including the attack in Biyaka.
Fido said that she did not want to speculate on the motive behind the attack, but said that this attack was a reminder of the dangers facing women in northern Nigeria.
“We are witnessing this growing trend of violence by Boko Haram,” she said.
“There are many people who are scared of women, but I am afraid of the future for the women of Nigeria and for the children who are going to be born there.
We cannot forget the women in our society who are being forced into this world.
We need to keep our families in order.”
FIDANCY: Do you think the government should be more aggressive against Boko Haram?
MIRA FIDAAN: I think the Government should take action to stop the attacks against women, which are happening now, she said, adding that this was a new and serious trend.
“The Government is not doing enough.
It is failing to protect its women.
There is a huge need for this.
This is a serious problem and we need to tackle it.”
Fidania said there were a lot of problems in the country, including poverty, corruption and a lack of social and economic development.
“Nigeria has no social security system and the people are living in poverty,” she added.
“It is very hard to be a woman in Nigeria.”
Fidan added that she hopes the Government will also focus on social and political development, such as women’s education, to ensure women do not end up in these conditions.
“These women who are fighting to protect their families need to be educated so they can work,” she told Al Sharq.
The BBC’s Muhaela Fahmi reported from Firsam, north of the capital, Abuja.”
Women need to understand that the Boko Haram will not stop until we are all free.”
The BBC’s Muhaela Fahmi reported from Firsam, north of the capital, Abuja.