Boko Haram Raze Church, Abduct 15 Girls Near Chibok

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Church has been razed and 15 girls abducted by Boko Haram terrorists in a village near Chibok local government of Borno state, following an attack on Thursday night.

A local vigilante was also killed during the attack.

The village named as Pemi, the same area where a Pastor, Bulus Yukura, was kidnapped in December 2020. The assailants targeted the community church EYN NO 1 Pemi.

Those abducted were picked from houses around the church; the girls are between the ages of 10 to 13, according to villagers. Chibok local government is located in the southern axis of the State.

These attacks have become common in Chibok and environs, with many unreported which security sources attribute to its proximity to the Sambisa forest.

In November the Commanding Officer of the 28 Task Force located in Chibok Brig General Dzarma Zirkushu was killed in an ambush on his way to provide enforcement to troops in distress in the next town.

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