Borno state: Boko Haram, Nigerians worst nightmare for some years now have now claimed the lives of eleven (11) security men, with 4 other soldiers inclusive in a village in Borno state northeastern part of Nigeria.
The insurgents (Boko Haram)planted landmines at the outskirt of a village known as Kayamla some distances away from Maiduguri, Borno state capital which claimed the lives of seven hunters who were indigenous to the village s well as about 9 other people who were fatally injured.
According to Babakura Kolo, the Anti-militia local head, 7 hunters who were part of the team and 9 other people too who were also in the team lost their lives and were severely injured.
While on the way, they unknowingly strayed in a landmine while in pursuit of the insurgents.
According to another member of the mililtia whom our reporters spoke to he reaffirmed Babakura Kolo’s statement.
On Monday, recall that 4 people lost their lives to same landmine which the insurgents (Boko Haram) planted in a small village named Logomani in Borno state close to Cameroon border.
The Nigeria Government is still stepping up its efforts to curb security challenges facing the country due to the recent increase in crime cases across the country now.