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Boko Haram claimsMaiduguri attack innew video

By | On June 11, 2017 (5 months ago)


Boko Haram, in a new video, has claimed

responsibility for the attack on Maiduguri on

Wednesday night that killed at least 15 people.

It was the first major assault on the city in 18

months.

“We have killed those we can and have left with

the bounties of war we are displaying now,” said a

voice on a video released by Boko Haram on

Saturday, showing the group’s fighters among

piles of ammunition and other supplies.

“We are hale and hearty, contrary to claims that

we have been killed,” the voice said.

The Boko Haram fighters attacked Maiduguri’s

suburbs with anti-aircraft guns and several

suicide bombers, a police official said on

Thursday. The three bombers sent into the city

self-destructed.

The video showed what appear to be Boko Haram

fighters moving through the bush with guns and

vehicles mounted with heavy weaponry, as well as

shots of them holding security passes and other

Nigerian military supplies.

“God has enriched us with the arms and

ammunition on display, and we shall deploy such

weapons we seized against you… the war is still

ongoing,” said the video.

“As you look for us in the bush, we shall hunt you

in the cities… There is no dialogue between us,

only fire for fire.”

The video also showed a man who appears to be

Abubakar Shekau, leader of one of two branches

of the jihadist group, standing in front of fighters

and weaponised vehicles and speaking Arabic,

though the Nigerian military has repeatedly

claimed to have killed him.

More than 20,000 people have been killed in Boko

Haram’s campaign to establish a caliphate in the

Lake Chad basin. A further 2.7 million have been

displaced, creating one of the world’s largest

humanitarian emergencies.

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