LOCAL AFRICAN REALITY

LOCAL AFRICAN REALITY

#Globaldaylive

Breaking

In Konduga: Borno Govt says Boko Haram burns 73 houses, 28 shops

Boko Haram insurgents have set ablaze 73 houses and 28 shops in Thursday’s attack on three Borno State villages, the state government revealed on Saturday.



The governor of Borno State, Prof. Babagana Umara Zulum, had on Friday complained to President Muhammadu Buhari about the increased attacks by insurgents in the state.

The governor had said three Local Government Areas; Gubio, Magumeri and Konduga, were attacked in the last one week.

The governor, who arrived the state capital, Maiduguri on Friday evening after meeting with Buhari, revealed he was informed of the loss by the chairperson of the State Emergency Management Agency, Hajiya Yabawa Kolo.



Kolo said that a total of 73 houses and ‎28 shops were torched in the attack by Boko Haram in three villages of Konduga LGA on Thursday night.

In Borri, one of the three villages torched by the insurgents, Kolo told Zulum that around 8:00 p.m. of August 22, the insurgents attacked and set ablaze 17 houses and four shops in the village.

Kolo also told the governor that in Wanori Village, 34 houses and 18 shops were set ablaze and in Kaleri-Abdule Village, 22 houses and six shops were torched.(Punch)

No comments:

Disclaimer
Most News articles reported on LOCAL AFRICAN REALITY are a reflection of what is published in the media. LOCAL AFRICAN REALITY is not in a position to verify the accuracy of daily news articles, however, we ensure that only news articles from credible sources are reflected in this service. Independent opinions which are mailed to us may also be published from time to time at our discretion, however the sources for these independent articles will be clearly stated.


Share your story with us: SMS: +23409067561649, Whatsapp: +2349067561649, Email: localafricanreality@gmail.com or qubesentertainmentmagazine@yahoo.com
Receive Alerts on: Whatsapp: +2349067561649, Twitter: @localafricanr