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Boko Haram insurgents have launched an offensive in Waga Mongoro village sandwiched between Gwoza town of Borno State and Madagali town
of Adamawa state where they abducted about 45 girls, local sources in the area disclosed.

Boko Haram insurgents have launched an attack on Waga Mongoro village where they abducted about 45 girls, local sources have disclosed.

Waga Mongoro village is sandwiched between Gwoza town of Borno State and Madagali town of Adamawa State.

The recent attack on seems to have sealed any hope of cessation of hostilities in the area despite an earlier ceasefire agreement reportedly entered into by the insurgents and federal government.

Sources in the area said the insurgents similarly burnt down the whole town after they carried off food items, animals and household utensils belonging to the residents.

Many of the residents who managed to escape the attack and run into the nearby bushes have refused to return to the town for fear of another attack by the insurgents.

A resident, who said he was speaking from hiding in a nearby bush, told LEADERSHIP that he was better off remaining in the bush than trying to go back to the village as most of their houses had been totally destroyed by the insurgents while their foodstuff, livestock and other belongings had been carried off by the rampaging insurgents, who might return to do more damage.

He said the insurgents stormed the town early Tuesday morning through the road leading to Sambisa Forest and returned through the same route after the onslaught.

“When they came into the town, they rounded up about 45 girls and uploaded them into some trucks they came with. They also carried off   foodstuff, household items and domestic animals before razing our houses,” he said.

Another displaced person from the area, who is currently taking refuge in Yola, the state capital, told LEADERSHIP that a relative of his, who is currently trapped in the bush, told him that he heard the insurgents disowning the ceasefire agreement the sect reportedly reached with the federal government, adding that the insurgents were insistent on foisting Sharia law on Nigerians.

“When they struck, we heard them chanting anti-government slogans to the effect that they were not party to any ceasefire agreement and that the government was on a mission to deceive the people,” my trapped relative told me.

When contacted via phone, the chairman of Madagali Local Government of Adamawa State, James Abawu Watharda, said he could neither confirm nor deny the report as he had since lost contact with the people of the area, adding that the areas had been deserted by the people for a long time.


In a clear indication that the ceasefire deal sealed between the Federal government of Nigeria and the Boko Haram sect has truly crumbled, the insurgents have launched attack on Waga Mongoro, whisking away no fewer than 45 girls.

Waga Mongoro is situated between Gwoza town of Borno State and Madagali town of Adamawa.

Leadership reports that the girls were taken to an unknown destination on Wednesday.

DailyPost recalls that the outlawed sect is still holding over 200 girls they abducted from Chibok in April.

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Ho Lord save our land

Is Federal government really serious about the security of citizens?  If  it so, Military should have remain in that area, till the agreement comes to reality.  This to me shows that the Federal government is the Boko-Haram, according to Gen Aziza.

You are right.


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