ISIS mentions Nigeria in claiming responsibility for massacre

On Friday, November 13, 2015, some gunmen and suicide bombers made French capital, Paris the cynosure of all eyes when they attacked and massacred 127 people at seven different locations.

 

The Islamic State group has mentioned Nigeria while claiming responsibility for the attacks by eight assailants who terrorized Paris leaving 127 people dead after a coordinated suicide bombings and shootings.

In its message, the terrorist group saying 'when you deploy forces in other to control the city...or dream to reclaim wilderness in the interior Nigeria or masters ...'

According to a tweet by Trac terrorisim.org, the statements were credited to the ISIS blog and several Nigerians are concerned about the message.

On Friday, November 13, 2015, some gunmen and suicide bombers made French capital, Paris the cynosure of all eyes when they attacked and massacred 127 people at seven different locations.

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