“博科圣地”活动覆盖的框架是回应框架、族群框架、经济框架、宗教框架和政治框架。其他一些不占主导地位的框架在研究结果中出现的责任归属，帧标签框，无力与Boko haram进行的研究活动的阴谋等框架显示覆盖的29.8%框架下的响应。无力的框架中不使用任何特定的地位和政治框架的使用为8.7%，用阴谋架使用的比例为3.5%，少数帧被用于15.7% 2.9%经济框架。从所有收到的结果，它被观察到，使用响应帧主要由卫报报纸，它没有使用任何其他帧。
最后，分析表明，在所有的类别，用于进行研究确定的两个报纸的覆盖博科圣地在尼日利亚活动的框架使用的研究。常用的帧的响应帧，宗教框架，无力的框架，框架的经济结构和政治（odoemelam，2014）。研究选择的其他框架在报纸报道活动中所占的作用不多，主要包括阴谋框架、责任框架归属、标签框架和民族框架。无力的框架并非由“卫报”的报纸，另一方面这一天的报纸并没有在他们的Boko haram的活动覆盖功能作任何使用民族框架（ekwueme，2012）。收集的数据清楚地代表了占主导地位的两个报纸覆盖的活动Boko haram的框架。这项研究的结果清楚地表明，尼日利亚报纸提出了积极的政府干预措施。媒体必须积极关注媒体机构采取的政策形式，甚至应对具体情况。
The frames used for coverage of boko- haram activities were response frame, ethnic frame, economic frame, religious frame and political frame. Few other less dominant frames that emerged in the results of the study are frame of attribution of responsibility, labelling frame, frame of powerlessness and frame of conspiracy etc. From the activities of Boko haram analyzed for the study revealed that 29.8% of the coverage’s were under the respond frame. The powerlessness frame was not used in any specific place and the use of political frame was made for 8.7%, the percentage used by conspiracy frame was 3.5%, ethnic frame was used for 2.9% and economic frame for 15.7%. From all the results received it was observed that the use of response frame was used mainly by The Guardian newspaper and it did not make use of any other frame much.
The response frame used by ‘This Day’ newspaper was 34.6% and religious frames used by the newspaper were 23.8%. On the other hand ‘This Day’ newspaper used political frame for 29.6%, economic frame was used for 11.5%, powerlessness frame was used for 19.6% and the conspiracy frame was used for 1.9%. Thus it is clear that ‘This Day’ news paper also uses response frame for maximum times for the coverage of news of activities of Boko-haram.
Finally the analysis shows that out of all the categories used for conducting the study for determining the frames used by the two newspapers for coverage of activities of Boko- haram in Nigeria. The frames used commonly were response frames, religious frames, powerlessness frame, economic frame and political frame (Odoemelam, 2014). The other frames selected for the study were not much used by the newspapers in conducting their coverage functions of the activities of book-haram were conspiracy frame, attribution of responsibility frame, labelling frame and ethnic frame. The powerlessness frame was not used by ‘the Guardian’ newspaper and on the other hand ‘This Day’ news paper did not make any use of ethnic frame in their coverage function of the activities of Boko haram (Ekwueme, 2012). The data collected clearly represent the frames that were dominant in the coverage done by the two newspapers for covering the activities of Boko-haram. The findings of the study clearly show that the Nigerian newspapers presented the interventions made by the government in a positive way. The media must positively emphasize on the actions taken over in policy forms by the media agencies and even for responding to a specific situation.