Boko Haram Kill Scores In Madagali, Adamawa State, Burnt Down Army Outpost
The increasing spate of attacks by members of the Boko Haram sect reared its ugly head in Kwabula Village, in Madagali, the local government of Adamawa state on Thursday as members of the sect attacks the town killing an unspecified number of people, including a soldier.
The Boko Haram insurgents attacked the village with heavy weapons and thereafter attacked an army post, where the soldiers stationed were overwhelmed.
The militants arrived in Kwabula village, nearby an army outpost, located at the Madagali local government headquarters. After killing several civilians in Kwabula, they laid siege on the Nigerian army outpost in the area, just as the soldiers, backed by an Armored Personal Carrier moved to counter the militants in Kwabula.
Boko Haram fighters descended on the LGA headquarters where the army unit were stationed, and burnt it down.
A Roman catholic church opposite the army outpost was also burnt to the ground.
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