A minimum of seven people are dead and over 40 people got injured from gunshots in separate attacks by Boko haram militant group rampaging within recently liberated Borno communities.
On Saturday night, local hunters and CJTF sources told Sahara reporters that the Islamist militant terror group stormed the remote villages in Mussa district in large numbers and opened fire on villagers in Askira/Uba local government area of Borno state at about 10 pm on Saturday night.
They also abducted unspecified number of people and carted away foodstuffs along with four motorcycles.
A local hunter in Uba town on Sunday morning confirmed the incident to Sahara reporters by phone.
“They came at about10 pm on Saturday and started opening fire on civilians, 3 people were instantly killed and many are still missing. As I am speaking with you about 46 people sustained gunshot injuries, they are receiving treatment in Uba General Hospital.”
He further stated that after the villagers had fled into bushes, they went to break into people’s shop and looted food items including livestock, four motorcycles, mattresses and clothes.