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ISWAP Kills Four Abducted Aid Workers In Borno

Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), has killed four male Action Aid workers kidnapped in Borno State six months ago.
Talks between Nigerian government and the terrorists had failed over the aid workers.
Ahmad Salkida, conflict journalist, who broke the news on Friday, said one of the aid workers, Grace Taku, has been condemned to a lifetime of slavery,
“The government is not sincere and does not respect timelines,” he quoted an ISWAP source as saying.
ISWAP kidnapped the aid workers; one woman and five men, near Damasak, on July 18, during an attack by the terrorist that left another aid worker dead.

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