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Breaking: Boko Haram Strikes again in Adamawa killed many people and kidnap others

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Breaking: Boko Haram Strikes again in Adamawa killed many people and kidnap others

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– Boko Haram insurgents have again killed many people and abducted several others in Adamawa state
– The attack came barely a week after the terrorists launched a similar attack on neighbouring Wanu, Kamale and Kafin Hausa communities of Michika and Madagali areas
– The fleeing residents were quoted to have said that the onslaught lasted for about five hours
The dreaded Boko Haram insurgents has again reportedly killed many people and abducted several others on Tuesday, January 15, in a fresh attack on Pallam community in Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa.
 Reports said that the attack came barely a week after the terrorists launched a similar attack on neighbouring Wanu, Kamale and Kafin Hausa communities of Michika and Madagali areas.

Source gathered that Pallam is the hometown of the deputy Speaker of the Adamawa state House of Assembly, Emmanuel Tsamdu.
Fleeing residents said the onslaught lasted for about five hours.
“They sneaked into our town Pallam, midnight at about 11 p.m., and started shooting sporadically, killing and burning houses. They (Boko Haram) abducted some of our people mostly men.
“I escaped by the whiskers and fled into a nearby hiding place before escaping; no soldier came to our rescue. For now I can’t tell the exact figures of the casualty. It was terrible!’’ a fleeing resident, Abamu Japhet, said.
Confirming the night attack, a member representing Madagali, Michika at the House of Representatives, Adamu Kamale, said the terrorists, “killed even livestock, looted and burnt many houses.”
“I had a distress call that they have again launched night attack at Pallam. As I am talking to you now, the casualty figures is yet to be ascertained but they killed and abducted people and also burnt houses.
“Even before this attack, the terrorists had earlier ransacked Wanu, Kamale and Kafin Hausa communities. In fact, hardly a day will pass without attack, let the government wake up.
“We want President Buhari to visit us and see the horrible scenario being meted on our communities,’ ’ he said.
When contacted, police spokesman in the state, Othman Abubakar, said he is yet to be briefed on the development.

“I am yet to get details of the attack but I will get back to you later,” he said.
Boko Haram appears to have intensified its onslaught in recent weeks in its eight-year bloody insurgency that has claimed thousands of lives in the North-east.

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