Correlation is there between the political information of low levels and the predispositions used for the adoption of frames. This also is a fact irrespective of any kind of study conducted or what type of news coverage is done that the common public can be easily affected by the negative frames with much intensity in comparison to the effect left on the minds of the audiences by the positive frames.
The results of the study conducted have found the patterns of frames adopted by the newspapers under study for the coverage of activities of Boko-haram in recent times. The main frame used by The Guardian newspaper was the responsibility frame.
The Response frame was discovered as the most dominant frame among the ten frames selected for the study for the identification of the coverage of Boko-haram. It was revealed from the findings of the study that use of frames by the Nigerian newspapers in the coverage of news on various issues is prevalent up to 60%. On the contrary the percentage of non-prevalence in the usage of frames according to the findings was 40%. Evidences have been provided by the study in the reporting formats of the different newspapers of Nigeria. This involved the patterns of framing used by these newspapers for the coverage of activities of Boko-haram (Egbeleke, 2013). This also shows the prevalent and dominant frames of the newspapers of Nigeria. The major and crucial finding of this study is about the analysis of the ways in which the various frames contribute in the proper and better understanding of the roles played by the media in the phenomenon understanding.