Boko Haram slaughters eight farmers northeast of Nigeria
Boko Haram terrorist group killed eight Nigerian farmers in the northeast of Nigeria, eyewitnesses said.
The terrorists attacked the village of Palomari, 15 km from Maiduguri, the provincial capital of Borno state, slaughtering four men and capturing two others.
On Saturday, "terrorists seized and beheaded four farmers working on their farms" in Jidan and Aya, on the outskirts of Maiduguri, according to local militia leader Babakura Kolo.
For his part, Al-Azhar Observatory condemned these recurring incidents assuring they don’t belong to teaching of Islam.