Boko Haram invade town in convoy of trucks, motorcycles

They also looted shops for food items, which suggests that they may have been out of food in their camps Sambisa Forest camps.

Boko Haram terrorists supposedly on their usual deadly mission.

Boko Haram insurgent on Saturday, May 29, reportedly invaded Ngalda town in Fika Local Government arear of Yobe State in a convoy of three Hilux vehicles and several motorcycles.

According to reports, lives were not lost in the attack as the terrorists were apparently out to destroy government facilites.

They also looted shops for food items, which suggests that they may have been out of food in their camps Sambisa Forest camps.

According to sources , they stormed the town chanting “Allahu Akbar (God is Great), we are here to destroy all public buildings, houses and shops of those who believes in democracy, we will continue to fight whosoever identified himself/herself with Nigerian Government which we consider as anti-Islam, we will not relent or surrender, until we impose strict Sharia Law for people to adhere to”.

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