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The massive raid of suspected Boko Haram insurgents started in the
city of Maiduguri around 7.20 am on March 14, 2014 , Friday. The
military men defended courageously and have reportedly repelled the
assault. However, the question remains: WHAT was the point of
such a reckless attack.
According to a statement by the Defence Headquarters (DHQ),
terrorists moved in trying to “boost their depleted stock of fighters”. In
other words, they intended to free their colleagues, including a
notorious “human butcher” who are being held in detention.
It is believed that Friday’s terrorists’ attempt was in response to the
intensity of attacks on their strongholds in camps at Talala,
Monguzum, Sambisa forest , Gwoza, Mandara mountains, as well as
the general area of Lake Chad. The camps have been destroyed and
many insurgents killed.
The DHQ further states the attackers suffered a defeat in Maiduguri
today. Those extremists who came for a rescue mission were either
killed or wounded, and, therefore, captured. Many of terrorists’
weapons were recovered as well. The exact numbers were not
announced at the time of filing the present report.
Four soldiers were wounded and are being treated.
The armed forces and security agencies are currently in hot pursuit of
fleeing terrorists by land and air operations. Missions are ongoing
along with cordon and search of surrounding localities. A “dusk to
dawn curfew” has also been imposed in Borno.
Locals Have Their Revenge
After shooting and explosions were more or less over, Maiduguri
residents came out enmasse to confront the terrorists .
As concerned killed Boko Haram fighters, then their bodies were on
full display in the streets. As you may notice, the residents kept beating
the corpses, despite the men have been already dead.
(WARNING: Graphic violence
below, viewer discretion is advised)
See picture below …….

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