It's no secret that the United States of America is one of the world's most massive superpowers. What the United States does greatly affects the world stage. The choices that the government of the USA makes have a significant impact. Therefore, the United States can do its part to stand up for human rights, which includes punishing governments that are routinely abusing their citizens. That is why the USA should reevaluate its relationship with Nigeria.
Human Rights Watch urges the Nigerian government to comply with its National Action Plan for the Implementation of UNSCR 1325 and other related resolutions in Nigeria, which commits the government to take special measures to include women at all levels of peace processes. Human Rights Watch urges Boko Haram to comply with the principles of international humanitarian and human rights law and to end immediately the killing, maiming, rape, and abduction of Nigeria’s civilian population including students, which has suffered greatly over the past five years.
The United states should not reevaluate its relationship with Nigeria simply because of the given violence perpetrated against women and girls in the government camps. This is just a problem that Nigerian's can fix and has nothing to do with United States relationship with them. Of course the people that do this are criminals ans should be arrested for this inhumanity acts.
No, the United States does not need to change or end its relationships with Nigeria based on the violence perpetrated against women and girls in government camps. The violence is appalling and we should demand efforts to end the violence as well as offer our help to make the changes, but ending our relationship would not end the violence.