Boko Haram insurgents have on April 4, Saturday, launched an attack in Kayamla village located just 20 km from Borno state capital Maiduguri.
Muhammed Gava, a member of the Civilian-JTF in Borno, confirmed the development to Premium Times:
“We just got a report from our vigilante members around Konduga local government area that Boko Haram terrorists were in Kayamla and we’ve just assembled a team of vigilante members and the Civilian-JTF who are about to storm Kayamla now.”
The details on the casualties remain sketchy at the moment.
It would be noted that this village has been targeted by Boko Haram at least two times in the past 10 months. The Kaymla market ‘attracts’ the terrorists as they can easily cause significant damage, and also to get some supplies there.
Boko Haram has lost control over nearly all territories by March 2015. Abubakar Shekau has even been declared ‘a man on the run’, meaning there is no more strongholds under his control. However, recapturing territories of the so-called ‘caliphate’ does not bring full solution to the problem of the insurgency, and random attacks are likely to continue.
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