Boko Haram 4 farmers killed as terrorists attack Borno village

Reports say members of the sect, riding on motorbikes, opened fire on people working in their farms in Ngawo Fato Bulamari village.

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Four farmers have been killed in a recent attack on a village in Borno by Boko Haram.

According to AFP, members of the sect, riding on motorbikes, opened fire on people working in their farms in Ngawo Fato Bulamari village.

Speaking to Punch, a member of the vigilante group in the village, Babakura Kolo said “The Boko Haram gunmen while riding past the farmlands opened fire.

“Four people were killed while many have gone missing and our assumption is that they ran into the bush to escape the attack.”

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Many lives and properties have been lost as a result of the dreaded terror group’s reign of terror.

Recently, an ex Boko Haram commander, Abdulkadir Abubakar accused the sect’s leader of refusing to dialogue with the Federal Government.

Abubakar also said that Shekau has left Sambisa forest, and is now hiding in  Mandara Mountain.

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