A member of the House of Assembly in Adamawa State, Adamu Kamale, has said the rampaging insurgents, who attacked some towns in the state and Borno, Friday and Saturday, ruthlessly murdered the many of the villagers. He told PREMIUM TIMES that “the militant Boko Haram are still there killing people, they slaughtered many like rams and burning houses.” Kamale also said many youth and women trapped in their efforts to escape were kidnapped by the insurgents. Mbororo, Shahu, Liddle, Garta, Kamale and Ghumci” were among towns the lawmaker confirmed the insurgents attacked.
“The attack continued since last Friday and no presence of security operatives in the affected areas.
“We are calling on the government to come to our rescue, some of the fleeing residents are now trapped on mountains,” he said. Kamale, who represents Michika, claimed that the insurgents looted and burned houses