Boko Haram, Airforce Kill Villagers In Borno Latest Attack


Bomb explosion believed to have been planted by Boko Haram members has

Killed 26 Villagers at Ngurosoye market and Kayamla in north east Bama

and Konduga local government areas , Borno state, Villagers told
Security sources said surviving traders at Ngurosoye market had to flee

for their lives when a heavy sound of explosion was heard at the centre

of the market.
According to Ngurosoye villagers, 16 persons were killed as a result of

explosives devices planted by Boko Haram inside a market while ten others

died after an air force fighter jet allegedly in its effort to repel

attacks fired indiscriminately into another Village of Kayamla , Konduga

Local government.
A villager of Kayamla said the airforce jet had opened fire on villagers

days after they had reported that some Boko Haram gunmen had camped in

the village Primary School after the attack on the military barracks in

Maiduguri on Friday.
“We told the military people that after that attack on the barracks in

Maiduguri, some of the Boko Haram terrorists passed through our village,

Gambori, and went to Kayamla where they chased the people out of the

village and camped at the primary school till Saturday”, Alhaji Lawan a

community leader.
“We sighted them cooking and eating all night, so we had to inform the

military that these group of terrorists were camping in Kayamla; but no

one turned up. Until about five days later that we saw a fighter jet

coming to shoot at innocent villagers, long after the Boko Haram had left.

We regretted giving such kind of intelligence or information to the

military, because it has cost us the lives of our 10 innocent people”.

“We still do not understand why soldiers don't chase the Boko Haram into

their hideouts, up till now we have them Boko Haram terrorists attacking

our villages. Just three days ago, they attacked a small village called

Yawal near Konduga town, and killed a young man and stole away about 36

cows”, the Villager revealed.