Edward Kallon, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, has revealed that no fewer than 110 farmers were killed in their rice farms in Zabarmari community in Borno state in Saturday, November 28 attack by Boko Haram
Recall it was earlier reported that 43 persons were killed in the attack, however, in a statement, made public on Sunday afternoon, the UN humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon, admitted that no fewer than 110 persons were ruthlessly murdered in the attack.
The statement reads;
“I am outraged and horrified by the gruesome attack against civilians carried out by non-state armed groups in villages near Borno State capital Maiduguri. At least 110 civilians were ruthlessly killed and many others were wounded in this attack.
In early afternoon of 28 November, armed men on motorcycles led a brutal attack on civilian men and women who were harvesting their fields in Koshobe and other rural communities in Jere Local Government Area.
Reports we are receiving are indicating these innocent farmers were the victims of this callous violence.”
Social Media Slay Kings Arrested For Robbery, Days After Flaunting Lavish Lifestyle Online (Video)
Two male suspects, Chiboy Ezike, 25, and 23-year-old Chiemere Ajuluchukwu have been arrested by the Anambra State Police Command for alleged armed robbery and possession of illegal firearms, just few days after the suspects posted their extravagant lifestyle on social media.
CSP Haruna Mohammed, spokesperson of the command, confirmed their arrest, disclosing that they were arrested on February 27, while they were operating along Nkpor/Obosi axis.
Reports say the suspects have allegedly to have confessed to be members of a deadly secret cult group called “Supreme Vikings Confraternity.”
Exhibits in their possessions that were recovered include two locally made pistols, 10 live cartridges and phones.
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