Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Boko Haram storm Madagali, kill 7



Barely a day after Nigeria's Military Chiefs relocated to the volatile Northeastern part of the country, the Boko Haram sect struck in Mildu village in Madagali Local Government area of Adamawa state, killing seven and injuring ten.
Reports say the sadists also destroyed houses and shops during the attack that occurred at 12 mid night.
Madagali is close to Sambisa Forest, the dreaded enclave of the sect. The military recently captured the forest.
 Ahmad Sajoh, Adamawa state Commissioner for Information and Strategy, confirmed the incident saying “they insurgents attacked around 2 a.m. killing six people while one of them was killed by hunters. Soldiers and hunters have dislodged them from the area"
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo had last week ordered the relocation of military chiefs to Borno state. The order followed a recent attack on NNPC/Unimaid staff scouting for oil at the Lake Chad, during which scores were killed while many are still missing.

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