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Breaking: BOKO HARAM ABDUCTS MORE GIRLS in fresh Borno attack

By News Express on 06/05/2014

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Boko Haram terrorists have abducted more girls n yet another attack in troubled Borno State, North-East of Nigeria.

Reports just coming in said the terrorists attacked the Gwoza area of the state, taking away eight girls and much material belongings, including foodstuff.

The atrocious attack came exactly 22 days after Boko Haram kidnapped over 200 female students during a night attack on Government Girls Secondary School in the Chibok area of the state.

The mass abduction has sparked outrage and protests across the world, with the Goodluck Jonathan administration coming under increasing pressure to do something serious to rescue the innocent girls.   

•Photo shows Boko haram fighters.

Source News Express

Posted 06/05/2014 5:52:18 PM

 

 

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