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Hunger allegedly rocks Boko Haram Camps


Hunger allegedly rocks Boko Haram Camps

Hunger and starvation have allegedly invaded many camps of Jamā’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihād, Boko Haram in the axis of Bama in the North East, making them to resort to attacking local villages and farms for foodstuffs, money, medicines among others.

A Counter Insurgency Expert and Security Analyst in Lake Chad, Zagazola Makama, said that the insurgents had been cut off from their usual supply routes by the intensified offensives of the Nigerian Military.

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reports have it that hundreds of women and children have been deserting the camp of Gazuwa, an acclaimed Headquarters of the insurgent’s camp around the axis of Bama due to extreme hunger and diseases.

On July 25, the terrorists sneaked into Bama town to loot food items and other valuables in the neighbourhood and later opened fire at two persons who came out after noticing strange activities in their neighbour’s shop.

The victims were transferred to the ICRC clinic for proper medical attention.

Zagazola had reported how 30 terrorists stormed Dusuman Community closed to Maiduguri, abducted 7 herdsmen and rustled about 200 cows but were later rescued by the Troops of 195 Battalion of the Nigerian Army, Operations Hadin Kai.

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