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ISWAP terrorists launch fresh attacks, kill 32 in Borno



ISWAP launches fresh attacks, kills 32 in Borno
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The Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists have gone on resurgence in northeast Nigeria, launching two attacks and killing 32 persons in Borno State.

It was gathered that the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) carried out the hostilities on Tuesday in the Lake Chad territory.

Anti-jihadist militia leader, Babakura Kolo, was cited to have revealed in Thursday that ISWAP terrorists, in the first attack, riding in pairs on over a dozen motorcycles, killed 25 Fulani herders grazing their cattle in Gudumbali forest, 95 kms (60 miles) from the Maiduguri.

He had further disclosed that “the terrorists… left without taking anything” from the dead herders.”

Kolo was said to have further revealed that the ISWAP terrorists had told the herdsmen and others to vacate the territory, saying that they pass information about the activities of the terrorists to military authorities and local militia who are collaborating with the military.

It also said that a member of the militia who, on Wednesday, participated in the evacuation and burial of those killed by the ISWAP terrorists, Umar Ari, narrated that “most of the 25 victims were shot while a few of them were hacked to death.”

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