- Terrorists have attacked Kala Balge LGA in Borno state, a remote village in northeastern Nigeria, killing farmers during a harvest on their farm
- Reports According to , on Monday May 23, residents buried 40 peasants who were killed in the deadly attack
- Meanwhile, following this sad incident, locals announced that they are still The surrounding bushes were combed for any body yet to be recovered
Boko Haram militants killed 40 civilians in Kala Balge governorate in Borno state.< /p>
Daily Trust reports that large numbers of insurgents surrounded harmless civilians and began slaughtering them on Sunday.
Federal Legislator representing the area, Hon. Zainab Gimba, confirmed the incident.
Sources are responding to the incident
A security source announced that many scavengers were killed and buried according to Islamic rites.
A security researcher responded
Zagazola Makama, a counterinsurgency expert and security analyst in Lake Chad, claimed that dozens of fighters attacked the peasant farmers with machetes.
The search for bodies continues
The search for bodies continued after gunmen on motorcycles attacked people on their farms in Rann, Kala-Balge Municipal Government headquarters in north-eastern Borno state.
“Over 40 peasants were killed and some of their bodies were dismembered while some were tied up and their throats cut by the terrorists.
” The victims were buried on Monday, and residents said vie The others are still to be accounted for.”
Borno cheers as the military kills the spiritual leader of Boko Haram and 1 other key terrorist commanders
Nigerian military officers killed a Boko Haram commander, Abubakar Sarki, in Sambisa Forest in Yuwe, Konduga Municipality Administrative Area, Borno State.
It was reported that troops joined Operation Hadin Kai, a joint operation conducted by the Nigerian military’s land and air forces, also killed the Amir and the spiritual leader of the general area of Gaita, Mallam Shehu, and some of his foot soldiers.
A statement by military spokesman Maj. Gen. Benard Onyeuko said that as of May 16, a total of 1,627 Boko Haram terrorists and their families, including 331 men, 441 women and 855 children, i.e en troops would have surrendered.
< h2>Finally the Fate of Boko Haram, IPOB Members Revealed in New Law Signed by Buhari
The Members o If the outlawed Boko Haram and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), led by Nnamdi Kanu, risk a maximum sentence or life imprisonment, according to the recently enacted Terrorism (Prevention and Prohibition) Act.
The law signed by President Muhammadu Buhari will most likely serve to curb the activities of both groups, which have been banned by the country’s court.
It has been reported , however, the law provides members of the groups with a defense that allows them to escape either the minimum or maximum sentence.