Boko Haram Abducts At Least 40 More Youths In Borno
The terror group in Nigeria, Boko Haram has once again kidnapped a new set of youths, numbering about 40, in Malari village in southern Borno State.
According to Sahara Reporters, fleeing residents of the area made it known that the terror group stormed Malari, in Damboa Local Government area, on the eve of the New Year at about 9pm and abducted the youths, who by some estimates were about 50.
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Ali Mallami, a resident of the area who fled the area into Maiduguri, said the militants forcibly gathered all the males in the village supposedly for preaching, and thereafter left with many of them.
Ibrahim Musa, another resident who fled to Biu told Sahara Reporters that three of his sons, and another belonging to his younger brother, were among the abducted. He made it known that the youths were parked in two Hilux vehicles which headed toward Sambisa forest, the infamous Boko Haram camp, about 20 kilometres away.
In a related development, Soldiers stormed Mundu village, Bauchi State, killed 6 people and razed property while pursing Boko Haram terrorists two weeks ago.