- Boko Haram terrorists attacked Shuwari village in Borno state
- The terrorists killed four local people and burned down the village
- Some fortunate villagers fled to Dailori camp for IDPs and to Maiduguri for safe refuge
Boko Haram terrorists attacked Shuwari village in Konduga local government area of Borno state killing at least four civilians.
According to Sahara Reporters, the Boko Haram attack took place on Thursday, February 11, at night.
In addition to the four reported deaths the insurgents looted houses of local people and carted away foodstuffs.
Before leaving, the terrorists burned down the village, which is located about 13 miles away from Maiduguri, the Borno state capital.
Rescue workers told journalists that some surviving villagers fled to the Dailori camp for Internally Displaced People and to Maiduguri.
Confirming the attack, Satomi Ahmed, the chairman of the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), said:
“We have went to the village on Friday in the morning to evacuate the victims. Four people were killed. [Boko Haram] looted and carted away the food items before they set the whole village ablaze."
The Boko Haram terrorists have killed 60 people in two attacks in Borno state since Monday, February 8.
The State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) confirmed the attack on the IDP camp in Borno state.
According to SEMA, two female bombers attacked a camp in Dikwa local government area and detonated their explosives in the midst of thousands of helpless refugees.