RESIDENTS of six villages attacked at the weekend by suspected Boko Haram terrorists on Monday recounted their ordeal and cried out to President Muhammadu Buhari to save them.
The villagers said they counted between 50 and 51 bodies after the mayhem.
Some of the bodies, according to the residents, were burnt by the insurgents, who accused the villagers of providing security agents with information
Four houses and six vehicles were also destroyed in the attack that affected Kerawa, Rago, Marina, Zariyawa, Hashimawa, and Unguwar Barau in Igabi Local Government Area.
Governor Nasir El-Rufai and security chiefs visited the communities on Monday. El-Rufai did not hide his anger over the killings. He declared that it was “our duty” to send the terrorists to “their maker.” He apologised to them for his administraion’s inability to protect them.