Residents Flee As Suspected Boko-Haram Abduct Many In Niger
Residents of Zazzaga and other communities in Niger State’s Munya Local Government Area fled their houses early Saturday as suspected Boko Haram terrorists intensified their attacks on the residents, abducting several.
This came just a few days after Suspected Boko-Haram Abduct Many in Zazzaga.
According to Daily Trust, a local claimed, requesting anonymity, that “the insurgents operated freely here.” As things are today, no one wants to stay. Residents of Zazzaga have fled; the community is now deserted. Some people were kidnapped in Zazzaga again today (Saturday). Those who managed to flee the attack have evacuated their towns. “
“We can’t give an accurate number in Kachiwe because so many people were kidnapped.” However, they were attacked by vigilantes in the vicinity, and some people were able to flee as a result of the confrontation. They’ve also packed their possessions and left their villages.
Another local claimed that the impacted areas had become deserted.
“Truly, folks don’t have any particular destinations in mind. Right now, the impacted communities are deserted. People are simply seeking sanctuary in places where they feel safer.
According to another report, dozens of people, including females, were kidnapped in the Kachiwe neighborhood between Friday and Saturday.
“We can’t give an exact number in Kachiwe because so many people were kidnapped.” However, they were confronted by vigilantes in the area, and as a result of that confrontation, some people were able to flee. “They’ve packed their belongings and are leaving their villages.”
According to another resident, the affected communities had become desolate.
“Truly, people don’t have specific places they want to go. Right now, the affected communities are deserted. “People are simply going to wherever they feel safer to seek refuge. “
According to another source, dozens of people, including girls, were kidnapped in the Kachiwe community between Friday and Saturday.