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Over 80 Boko Haram Members Killed By Adamawa Youths, Vigilantes



In a fight to take over their towns back from Boko Haram, reports coming in from Adamawa state is that about 8o members of the sect have been killed by youths and vigilantes in Muchika  and Madagali local government of the state on Tuesday night, September 9.
According to Punch the dreaded Boko Haram armed with sophiscated weapons who have been wreaking continuous havoc in the Northern states most especially Adamawa and Borno fled into the rush after running out of arms and ammunitions.
Meanwhile following the presence of troops stationed in strategic places in the state, normalcy has reportedly returned to the LGAs.
According to a resident of Michika, Vandi Joseph, who told journalists on Wednesday in Yola that the insurgents were overpowered by youths and vigilantes said: “Our youths and vigilance group members ambushed and killed over 80 insurgents who escaped from soldiers and hid themselves in the bush. Our youths and vigilantes saw them and killed them.”
Meanwhile, the Emir of Mubi has denied the report that he fled his palace following Boko Haram’s threat of an impending attack.
The Ismalist group have killed thousands of innocent people in their incessant attacks.
It was reported on Spetember 7,  that the Boko Haram Insurgents had taken over Michika Town in Adamawa state.
Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo’s son, Lieutenant. Colonel Adeboye was shot by Boko Haram during an attack in Baza, Adamawa state but now recovering in the hospital and expressed eagerness to return to the battlefield.
In a bid to win the war against terrorism, on September 9, it was reported over 40 members of Boko Haram were reportedly killed by troops  from the 1 Division Kaduna, 3 Division Jos and TRADOC, Minna during a fierce battle at Vimtim in Adamawa state.

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