Boko haram insurgents strike in dabna commmunity, hong local government in Adamawa state on wednesday morning, killing several residents and injuring many others, causing many of the resident to flee the community.
An eyewitness told The Guardian Newspaper that the outlaws bombarded the community at the wee hours of Wednesday.
Another fleeing villager, who pleaded anonymity, recounted that the attackers were, “heavily armed.”
According to him, “They killed many of our people, even many of us who were lucky sustained severe injuries.”
He recalled that “one of the community’s villain warriors was among those killed.”
He said half of the community has run away to neighbouring villages for fear of further attack.
There have not been an official count of the number of casualities, this attack comes after a series of insurgency attacks and abduction that has ravaged the country over the past few months espscially in the north,
All efforts to reach the 23 Armour Brigade Public Relations Officer (PRO,) Major Sani Mohammed for confirmation proved abortive as calls put to him were not answered.