- Two communities in Borno state have been attacked by Boko Haram terrorists
- The attackers on Sunday, November 19, struck the communities and killed six people
- Ahmed Jidda, brother to one of the deceased said the insurgents killed them on their farmland
Boko Haram terrorists, on Sunday, November 19, attacked two communities in Borno state, killing six people and carting away harvested foods.
Daily Sun reports that the insurgents attacked Binge village in Lawanti, Jere local government and Masu, Mafa local government on Sunday afternoon, November 19.
Residents said Boko Haram first hit Binge where they killed two people and then proceeded to Masu, killing another four others. Both communities, which have experienced about three attacks by Boko Haram in the past, are located few metres from Maiduguri, Borno capital.
Ahmed Jidda, brother to one of the deceased said the insurgents caught some farmers on farmland at Binge on Sunday at about 2:30pm, and killed their throats. They thereafter proceeded to Masu few metres away on another killing mission.
''Some of our people escaped from the farmlands and brought report,” Jidda told newsmen during the visit to Lawanti where residents of Binge now take refuge on Monday. He said the military was yet to give them clearance to evacuate the corpses for burial.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the terrorists launched a deadly attack in the early hours of Saturday, November 18.
A lone bomber detonated an Improvised Explosive Devices just opposite gate/entrance of Giwa Military Barracks which is located on the outskirts of the city.
Survivors of Boko Haram - on NAIJ.com TV: