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BORNO MASSACRE: UN Kicks,Says Over Hundred Farmers Killed,Not 43

BORNO MASSACRE: UN Kicks,Says Over Hundred Farmers Killed,Not 43



The UN has disagreed  that only 43 farmers were killed during Borno massacre.

United Nations (UN) has revealed that not less than 110 civilians were killed by Boko Haram in the attack on a rice field in Borno State.

A statement by the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon on Sunday while describing the attack as horrifying, said not less than 110 people were killed with many other persons injured in one the deadliest attack by the terrorist group, who have laid siege on the Northeast for over a decade.



Kallon said: “I am outraged and horrified by the gruesome attack against civilians carried out by non-state armed groups in villages near Borno State capital Maiduguri.

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“At least 110 civilians were ruthlessly killed and many others were wounded in this attack.”



He disclosed that: “In early afternoon of 28 November, armed men on motorcycles led a brutal attack on civilian men and women who were harvesting their fields in Koshobe and other rural communities in Jere Local Government Area. Reports we are receiving are indicating these innocent farmers were the victims of this callous violence.”


Kallon, while condoling with the government and people of Nigeria, said: “I extend my sincere condolences to the families of the civilians who lost their lives in this atrocious attack. I also wish a speedy recovery to those who were wounded in the incident.”

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Kallon also lamented that several women may have been kidnapped in the attack.


He said: “We have also received reports that several women may have been kidnapped. I call for their immediate release and return to safety.”



He added that: “My thoughts are also with the rural communities in the area, who are shocked by the brutality of yesterday’s (Saturday’s) attack and fear for their safety.”

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