Killer Terrorists Contradict Nigerian Army, Say They Killed 78 Farmers, Not 43 in Zabarmari
A principal actor in the slaughtering of innocent Nigerian farmers in cold blood on Saturday in Zabarmari, Jere local government area of Borno State, Abubakar Shekau, has admitted that his Boko Haram terrorist group killed 78 people.
The United Nations humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon had said that 110 people may have been killed even though only 43 were retrieved and buried Sunday morning.
Authorities in Nigeria have been insisting that only the 43 buried were the victims, though the military said in an earlier statement said they do not rule out the possibility of discovering more.
Shekau posted a three-minute video on Tuesday, in which he explained that his group killed 78 farmers because the farmers arrested and handed one of his group members to the Nigerian Army.
He warned that those arresting their members and giving out intelligence on their activities to the military will face the same fate if they did not desist from doing so.
“The third message is on those who notoriously nab our brethren and hand them to the military or give them a clue on us, you should know that, unless you repent, what happened to your people is awaiting you,” he threatened.
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