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Boko Haram Kills Over 30 Jambites In Borno.
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Posted on: 05:59 Sat, 12 Apr 2014
Boko Haram Kill Over 30
Jambites In Borno.

Information reaching us
now is that over 30
people/jamb candidates have been feared
dead following an
attack by suspected Boko
Haram sects on
Thursday evening and
Friday morning.

Among those killed were
students traveling to
write the Unified Tertiary
Matriculation
Examination in Borno
State.

It was learnt that the JAMB
candidates were
riding in eight vehicles
were they ran into the
insurgents ambush.

A security source, said that
the insurgents laid
ambush for a group of
students who were on
their way to Biu from
Maiduguri to write
the Joint Admission and
Matriculation Board
Examination scheduled for
Saturday April,
2014.

=> The Boko Haram members
were reported to
have attacked four towns -
Dikwa (in the
central), Gwoza, Gambulga
and Kalabalge
council area and on
Maiduguri-Biu road.
Some residents of the
town who fled to
Maiduguri while speaking
on the attack on
Government Secondary
school in Dikwa located
along Gulumba road
revealed to journalists
that the hoodlums came to
the town in the
middle of the night and
slaughtered eight
teachers.

One of them who spoke on
condition of
anonymity said:"We could
not sleep at night as
all we were hearing was
gunshots as we fled to
Maiduguri."
"Our fear was heightened
by the fact that we
heard that they attacked a
boarding school and
had killed eight teachers."

Meanwhile the Senator
representing Borno
Central in the Senate,
Zannah Ahmed, on
Friday, accused the military
of complicity in
Thursday attack on part of
troubled Borno State
where he claimed that 210
people were killed in
attacks on four towns.
The senator claimed that
the attackers who
spoke English language as
opposed to the
Hausa and Kanuri language
spoken by the Boko
Haram insurgents were all
dressed in military
uniforms and came in two
armored personnel
cars and seven double
cabin pickups.

He even lamented that
authorities of the
military post in Gamboru,
which purportedly
received a distressed call
from the people of
Kala Balge avoided the
town, claiming that it
was not in its area of
command.

The senator who said he
was compelled to
speak out because his
people were being killed
on a daily basis, added
"what happened in
Borno was beyond
understanding."
He said:"It is a must for me
to speak since the
people lives are involved
and they are my
people. All these are
happening in my
constituency and it will be
wrong to keep quiet.
I feel so much pained and
would not have
spoken but definitely my
conscience will not let
me do that."

According to him, they
attacked a Teachers
College in Dikwa and killed
seven people, burnt
down the school library
and administrative
block.
He said Kala Balge was the
most devastated as
60 people were killed by
the armed men who
went on the rampage.

He said after they left Kala
Balge they attacked
three other towns in the
area where a total of
150 persons were killed.
Just, yesterday, the Boko
Haram terrorists had
engaged Nigerian Army
soldiers in a gunfight at
several towns of Borno
State, killing 8 teachers
in the process.
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