At least five persons were, on Sunday, killed and six others missing, following simultaneous attacks by Boko Haram insurgents on Komdi and Tuyan villages near Chibok in the Southern part of Borno State.
Indigenes of the villages, including hunters, told SaharaReporters that the terrorists stormed the villages at about 6 pm. Komdi is less than two kilometers from Tuyan, which is about 12 kilometers from Chibok town, where the global outrage-inducing 2014 abduction of over 200 school girls took place.
Another local, Ali Ba'na, said Tuyan was razed, with the terrorists killing two persons. He added that six persons, including five women and one girl, are still missing. "We believe they have been forcefully taken away by Boko Haram. They burnt down the whole village after they had looted our food items and livestock," Ba'na said.
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