Borno Villages: NEMA confirms 8 dead after the recent Boko Haram attack.

Borno Villages: NEMA confirms 8 dead after the recent Boko Haram attack.

The indigenous Boko Haram recently attacked four villages in the outskirts of Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.
According to News report, the attack occurred on Wednesday night as Bulabirin, Gworzari, Kofa and Ngomari Kiriri communities along Bama to Maiduguri highway were put under intense attack by Boko Haram fighters.

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has confirmed the death of eight people after suspected Boko Haram attack.
In an interview with NEMA Zonal Director, Bashir Garga said eight persons were killed in the attack on the IDPs camps.

He explained that the terrorists gained access to the IDPs camps through a bush path behind the four villages in four vehicles and motorcycles.

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Garga said: “Many villagers fled to the Dalori IDP camp for safety which led to an attack on the camp vicinity which claimed the lives of two IDPs making a total of 8 people dead.

“Terrorists gained access to the area through a bush path behind the villages and came in four vehicles and some motorcycles. They ransacked the market in front of the IDP camp.

He assured that the area has been contained by security agents as villagers who ran to IDP camps for safety have returned to their homes while other injured are being attended to.

“Villagers who ran into the bush for safety have returned back to their homes while the Borno State Fire Service have contained the inferno. The injured have been treated in the camp clinic while serious cases were evacuated to hospitals in Maiduguri. An assessment team is on site to provide relief assistance to those affected.”

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