Watch video: Boko Haram kill 5 aid workers in Borno
Boko Haram terrorists have executed five humanitarian aid workers in Borno State.
The terrorists, on Wednesday, released a video showing the execution of the five aid workers.
The victims were recently abducted along Monguno area of Borno state.
The insurgents had demanded for $500,000 dollars ransom before the abducted workers can be released.
Owing to failed expectations, they executed their captives.
As an introduction, a message in the video reads:
“We are sending this as a very strong message to you unbelievers and infidels.
“And to those of you that are being used by these infidels to repent.
“You are working for them but they do not have any concern about you.
“You worked for them to achieve their goals but they are very far from your plight.
“They do not show you any care. Look at you now.
“When we kidnap you they don’t care. They show no concern.
“We are calling on all you unbelievers to repent and turn to Allah.
“We will continue to abduct you people at every road that we see you if you don’t repent to work for them.
“It is a warning to all of you.”
Reacting, an analyst said”. [END]
“Last month, suspected ISWAP terrorists abducted 4 aid workers in the north-east.
“These recent attacks and abductions undermine claims that the government is winning the fight against terrorism.”
The five Nigerians were abducted, according to their statement, were kidnaped by ISWAP along Maiduguri-Monguno Road.
They work for five different organizations and were captured severally.
Here their names and affiliations:
1. AbdurRahman Bulama – Borno State Emergency Management Agency.
2. AbdurRahman Dungus – Reach International.
3. Joseph Prince – Halogen Securtity.
4. Ishaku Yakubu, Action Against Hunger.
5. Lucas Philibus – International Rescue Committee (of the Red Cross).
Watch video how the heartless Boko Haram terrorist killed the 5 humanitarian aid workers. The clip was shot on 21/6/20 :
Today Boko Haram terrorists released a new video showing the execution of four aid workers and a security guard.
But tommorow President, Major General @MBuhari (retd.), would be departing Abuja for Bamako, Mali, on peace mission. Peace mission?
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