Some Boko Haram members have reportedly beheaded 43 farmers, who went to their farm to harvest their rice in Borno state.
According to HumaAngle, the attack happened on Saturday evening, November 28 in Zambarmari, a community that is less than 20km from Maiduguri, the state capital.
”Boko Haram beheads 43 farmers in one of the most horrific mass murders in the history of the insurgency. HumAngle learned the barbaric incident happened this evening in Zabarmari, less than 20 km from Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.
The bodies of the 43 victims, all of whom had their throats slit, arrived Zabarmari. Residents, however, insisted they would not be buried until the state governor saw their bodies. Zabarmari is located in Jere LGA, approximately 20 km from the garrison city of Maiduguri.”
According to Kano-based lawyer, Bulama Bukarti on Twitter, BBC Hausa has also reported that the farmers were harvesting their rice produce when they were attacked.
BBC Hausa reports that earlier today, Boko Haram slaughtered over 40 farmers harvesting their rice in Jere LGA of Borno.
There has never been more traumatizing time to be a Nigerian.
Govt keeps saying they’re succeeding but the figures keep contradicting them.#SecureNorth
— Bulama Bukarti (@bulamabukarti) November 28, 2020