OMG! Boko Haram Again, Boko Attacks Village, Kills People, Burns Entire Village On 25 OF Dec. Christmas


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No less than 14 individuals were killed and a few others harmed by Boko Haram shooters in a Christmas Day assault on a town in northeastern Nigeria, vigilantes said Saturday.

Assaulting straddling bikes, the jihadists attacked Kimba town in flashpoint Borno state around 10:00 pm on Friday, opening flame on occupants and burning their homes.

"The shooters murdered 14 individuals and blazed the entire town before they fled," Mustapha Karimbe, a non military personnel helping the military in battling Boko Haram, told AFP.

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"Not a solitary house was saved in the incendiarism," another vigilante, Musa Suleiman, said in the wake of going by the leveled town.

Many Kimba inhabitants fled to Biu close-by, where they were placed up in a displaced person camp effectively overflowing with individuals running from Boko Haram.

The assault comes days before Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's purposeful due date to stamp out the gathering terminates on December 31 and around the same time he said that Nigeria has "in fact" vanquished the jihadists.

Buhari took office in May vowing to end the six-year rebellion that has murdered more than 17,000 individuals and spooked tremendously required speculators in Africa's biggest economy and chief oil maker.

Nigerian troops have won back domain from Boko Haram, yet accordingly the jihadists have progressively depended on suicide aircraft — a large number of them youthful kids — to take up arms for a free Islamic state.

The aggressors have harmed what little foundation existed in the nation's immature north during an era when the administration is confronting a money smash as an aftereffect of the free-falling oil cost.

As indicated by the Global Terrorism Index, a report discharged by the New York-based Institute for Economics and Peace, it "has turned into the most fatal terrorist bunch on the planet".

The UN kids' office said for this present week that more than one million Nigerian schoolchildren have been kept out of school in view of the contention, cautioning that the absence of training will fuel radicalisation in and around Nigeria.

The jihadists have associated themselves with the Islamic State bunch, yet specialists question the scale and extent of the coordinated effort.

Still, there are developing reasons for alarm that an once confined hardline Muslim development is transforming into a local jihadist danger as Boko Haram dispatches assaults on Nigeria's neighbors Chad, Cameroon and Ni