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A village in Nigeria was attacked by extremist organizations. More than 40 people were killed

A village in Nigeria was attacked by extremist organizations. More than 40 people were killed.

A village in Nigeria was attacked by extremist organizations. More than 40 people were killed

Abuja, November 29 The governor of Borno State in northeast Nigeria, Babagana Zulum, confirmed on the 29th that a village in the state was attacked by militants of the extremist organization Boko Haram on the 28th. More than 40 villagers were killed and many people disappeared.

When attending the funeral of the victim of the attack on the same day, Zulum told the media that the murdered villagers were attacked while working on the farmland on the morning of the 28th. At present, more than 40 bodies of the victims have been found, and many other villagers have disappeared.

Nigerian President Buhari issued a statement on the evening of the 28th condemning the atrocities of Boko Haram. He said that the federal government has provided the necessary support to the armed forces to strengthen the fight against this extremist organization.

In the more than ten years since its establishment, Boko Haram has frequently appeared in northeast Nigeria and poses a security threat to neighboring Chad, Niger, Cameroon and other countries.

A Nigerian village was attacked by “Boko Haram” militants, killing at least 70 people.

A village in Borno State in northeast Nigeria was attacked by militants of the extremist organization Boko Haram on the 28th. The Governor of Borno State, Babagana Zulum, revealed that so far, at least 70 villagers have been killed and many others have been injured in the attack. He said that the villagers killed were attacked while working in the farmland on the morning of the 28th.

Nigerian President Buhari issued a statement on the evening of the 28th condemning the atrocities of Boko Haram. He said that the federal government has provided the necessary support to the armed forces to strengthen the fight against this extremist organization.

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