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Boko Haram Raised Flag After Killing 40 Soldiers, Policemen In Yobe & Borno

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May 28, 2014 – Boko Haram Raised Victory Flag After Killing 40 Soldiers, Policemen In Yobe & Borno

Boko Haram terrorists continued their bloodshed on Monday night in two locations in Yobe & Borno states killing 40 police officers and soldiers on duty and 9 innocent civilians.

The first attack took place at Buni Yadi in Gujba LGA of Yobe where 20 soldiers where shot dead.

The gunmen then moved to Chinene in Gwoza LGA of Borno where they killed another 20 police officers on duty. They also killed 9 civilians.

The Divisional Police Officer and the Divisional Crime Officer of the Police Station in Bunu Yadi were believed to be among the victims of the attack by the insurgents who stormed the town with an Armoured Personnel Carrier and Toyota Hilux vans.

Residents said the attackers dressed in camouflage and hoisted Boko Haram’s flag on the APC and the vans.

They said the gunmen, on arrival moved straight to the military formation in the town from where they launched the attack which lasted over two hours.

The attackers were said to have set the military formation, LG secretariat, the divisional police station, the area court, the district head’s residence and office as well as some residential quarters ablaze.

The palace of the Emir, Alhaji Muktar Gangaran, was also vandalised by the insurgents during the attack, the third on Buni Yadi this year.

One of the residents, who declined to give his name said, “We counted up to 20 dead soldiers and 20 policemen when the attackers left our village after operating for almost two hours.

“They overpowered the security operatives on duty and also burnt the military base and police station in the town .”

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  1. Naija d mess

    May 28, 2014 at 2:18 AM

    Who is supplying dem the expensive hilux van they are using
    what about the fuel.
    Top military rulers are definitely sponsoring them

  2. Dotun KY

    May 28, 2014 at 2:55 AM

    Where was boko haram in the previous regime why are they so adamant in Jonathan’s administration, I need an answer to the above before commenting further

  3. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi "KINI IWO NFE"

    May 28, 2014 at 4:26 AM

    Where are countries that stand for our help?
    With fact that by now boko haram’s act should depress, what is happening?
    I said what the Lord said when we are asking for the help of other’s country and some people take the chance to fight me, now can we ask ourself, the new development Nigeria have achieved since they have step-in?.
    In the Mighty name of jesus Nigeria you will not breakup(AMEN).
    Peace been unto you Nigeria, please been unto you my great nation, peace been unto you the people of the nation.
    * 08038433483 #

  4. uchenna O

    May 28, 2014 at 9:48 AM

    What do expect when the top military officers are Northerners? what do you expect when a norhterner without ‘O’ level certificate enters army easily while a southerner with BSC or HND must find a fomer head of state to stand for him or her, What do you expect when they are being told that they are born to rule, what do you expect when they want to get power back by all means, what do expect when they are incharge of oil wells in nigeria, what do you expect when northerners are incharge in many govt positions, is only God almighty that can fight for us, the God that delivered the people of Israelite from Egypt wil deliver us, pls watch and pray.

  5. Usman

    May 28, 2014 at 11:10 AM

    Hmm we knw wo u re nd were u cum 4rm, nd u wil neva achive ur aims.

  6. G boy

    May 28, 2014 at 12:49 PM

    Rotimi, dont u pray in dat way, dark and light are not same, Nigerian breakup in Jesus name Amen! We need biafran, we are tired saying we are one nigerian why dat hausa people say dat nigerian belong to dem

  7. ub

    May 28, 2014 at 2:20 PM

    Who is making fool of who? We need not deceive ourselves. Wat keeps a nation together? What keeps people in unity? Where is de bond of a common citizenship when one sect wants to always rule and dominate n would never want to see a successful leader emerge from another tribe or geo-political zone? To thy tents O Israel!!!

  8. ub

    May 28, 2014 at 2:32 PM

    Nationality is more than living within the same territorial boundaries. Its more than sharing resources. Its more than pretence n neo-colonialism. I think its about a COMMON INTEREST, EQUAL RIGHTS AND UNDERSTANDING. No doubt, there may be times of crises and conflict of interests. But if it has become an immune deficiency syndrome then the bond of unity and oneness becomes questionable especially where the parties involved seem to have chronic parallel interests.

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