- Insurgents have unleashed another attack on Chibok area of Borno state
- The terrorists on Tuesday, December 24, killed six persons and kidnapped two women
- Moreover, during their attack, the assailants injured about three residents of the area who have been rushed to hospital
The governor of Borno, Babagana Zulum, on Wednesday, December 25, confirmed that at least six persons were killed and two women were kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents during their attack on Kwaragilim village of Chibok in the state.
Zulum revealed this during a stakeholders meeting of the All Progresssives Congress in the state. He added that the insurgent also seriously injured persons, Channels TV reports.
At the APC meeting, the governor said: “It is unfortunate that Boko Haram insurgents attacked Kwaragilim village of Chibok local government area where 6 people were killed, 3 injured.”
However, Nuhu Clark, the state's commissioner for poverty alleviation, disclosed that the injured victims have been taken to the Chibok General Hospital.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that an armed group, suspected to be members of Boko Haram, on Sunday, December 22, unleashed another attack on Humanitarian workers in the state.
According to a source who confirmed the sad incident, three of the aid workers are dead while two are no where to be found.
The source who spoke on condition of anonymity said that the attacked humanitarian workers were members of an international Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) known as Alima.
The source said: “I can confirm to you that the sad incident happened today along Monguno road but one cannot be certain about the actual figure yet.”
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