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Boko Haram sect has killed 25 persons at theedges of Maiduguri, a member of youth vigilante group, Abba Izge, told our correspondent on the phone on Tuesday in Maiduguri. Izge said more than a hundred Boko Haram militants raged Mainok village in Konduga Local Government of Borno State, North-East Nigeria on Monday at around 6pm, murdering occupants at will in an attack that was on for over three hours. He said the vehicles that were caught in Mainok, along Maiduguri/Damaturu highways, were not saved as they were set ablaze by the militants.
Izge said, "More than 30 vehicles that were caught were burnt down as well as several homes. Mainok town speaks the truth 45 kilometers far from Maiduguri, the Borno State capital. He said, "The whole town was left to grieve the dead and bury their lost ones; some of them blazed to the point of being indistinguishable. "A portion of the foodstuffs of the villagers were trucked away." He said some people have not been seen after the assault on the town, which has made numerous to be uncertain that maybe they may have gone away with them with the mission to powerfully conscript them.
In the mean time, the United States Government has said that the mercilessness of Boko Haram knows no limits in perspective of the late assaults by the insurgents over the nations in the West African region. The US likewise denounced in solid terms the late killings of innocent
people by Boko Haram. The terrorist group's most recent savage assaults were carried out on Chad, Cameroon, Niger and Nigeria.
In an announcement made accessible to our reporter on Tuesday by the US Embassy in Nigeria, the US Department of State's spokesperson, John Kirby, expressed that the US unequivocally condemns the "horrific and indiscriminate" Boko Haram suicide assaults on the Grand Marche in the Chadian capital of N'Djamena on Saturday, and additionally assaults in Cameroon, Niger and Nigeria "over the past two days."
The announcement said, "Boko Haram's targeting of men, ladies and children highlights that the group's brutality and barbarism know no bounds, and we remain committed to working closely with the region to root out the threat posed by the group.”