At least 35 decomposing bodies have reportedly been recovered in Zabarmari area of Jere, Borno state.
This is different from the bodies of the 43 slain farmers who were buried last weekend.
The deadly Boko Haram Terrorist group had beheaded 43 farmers in Zambarmari, a town in Borno State.
The tragic incident happened on Saturday at Koshebe village in Mafa Local Government Area, while the farmers where working in a rice field. However, the victims reportedly lives in Zabarmari, a farming community in Jere Local Government Area of the state.
In a new report by HumAngle, new 35 decomposing bodies have been recovered in Zabarmari area of Jere, Borno state.
The newly discovered victims were buried at the spot because the search team was unable to move the badly decapitated and decomposing bodies.
On Saturday, November 28, suspected Boko Haram members attacked farmers in Zabarmari who were harvesting their rice. 43 bodies were initially counted and then buried on Sunday. November 29. Read here.
Many of the farmers, some of whom are said to be Internally Displaced Persons, are said to be missing. There are fears that the death toll from the incident will rise up as the days go by.