Arewa Youth Group Leader.

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The Chief Imam of Rann, Ba’liman Guja, on Thursday told writers that the military had discharged nine cadavers of internally displaced people killed at a ranch at Daima town in Rann and Tilamon on Wednesday.

Guja, who addressed columnists through the telephone, uncovered that a portion of the general population who survived the assault had fled to Cameroon.

He said a few however chose to come back to the IDP camp in Rann, where the harmed were being gone to by specialists.

 He said the assailants attacked the homestead at around 10.00am on Wednesday.

Guja stated: “We were told prior that they were coming back from the homestead when it happened however the individuals who survived the assault and are in the facility now revealed to us they were really assaulted on their ranches.

We can’t give the genuine setbacks yet the warriors have discharged nine cadavers, which we covered early today.”

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It was before detailed in the media that presumed Boko Haram individuals assaulted the ranchers who were coming back to the IDP Camp in Rann, in Kala-Balge Local Government Area of Borno State.

A portion of the indigenes of Rann, who addressed columnists in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State, said there was expect that many individuals may have been slaughtered in the assault, as just couple of individuals came back to the camp in Rann with discharges and blade wounds on their bodies.

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One of them, Abba Ibrahim, had prior (on Wednesday night) said the military had repulsed the assault and cleared the carcasses, yet still couldn’t seem to discharge them to their families.

He stated, “The assault was in the middle of Tilam Village and the camp in Rann.

We don’t know what number of individuals were executed as there is still disarray and the military who went to empty the bodies did not state anything yet.

Nonetheless, we didn’t see one of our relatives by name Ya’kalli, who left with two of our cousins, right now getting treatment at the camp healing facility.”


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