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ISWAP Massacre 26 Fishermen In Borno



Suspected members of the Islamic State of the West African Province (ISWAP) have reported shot lifeless at the least 26 fishermen in Nigeria’s northeastern Gamborun Ngala, in Borno.

Based on safety sources, the farmers have been killed whereas fishing and fetching firewood in Mukdolo village, situated about 19 kilometers north of Dikwa City.

Navy sources informed Zagazola Makama, a Counter-Insurgency Skilled and Safety Analyst within the Lake Chad area, that dozens of the terrorists driving on bikes stormed the sphere and started capturing sporadically.

The sources mentioned that 9 of the victims managed to flee, amongst them three with bullet wounds, however the gunmen surrounded the remainder of the 26 victims at gun factors.

The sources mentioned, “They requested them to put down. Thereafter, they used their fishing web and wrapped on them earlier than they began torturing them. After they turned unconscious, they opened fireplace at them, killing them immediately.”


The our bodies of the 26 farmers have been later recovered throughout a search and rescue operation by troops who acquired the information from victims who fled the assault.

The victims will probably be buried on Thursday.

Naija Information experiences that the assault on civilians got here one week after the troops of Operation Hadin Kai intercepted and killed one  Commander of the jihadists and a few of his fighters throughout a preventing patrol in Mukdolo village.

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