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Boko Haram Attacks Adamawa Community



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Suspected members of the Boko Haram sect on Monday night, February 4, attacked a community in Michika local government area of Adamawa state, northern Nigeria.

TheCable quoted a source as saying that the insurgents stormed the town at night. Residents fled into the bush and nearby mountains to avoid the wrath of the insurgents.

It was learned that members of the terrorist group first struck at Shuwa village in Madaglai local government area of the state around 6:45 pm before the latest attack.

The report said when the police public relation officer (PPRO) in the state, Othman Abubakar, was contacted he was yet to get details of the attack.

Meanwhile, Naija News reports that the attack came few hours after some retired generals endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari for a second term.

Naija News understands that Caleb Olubolade, a retired Navy captain and minister of police affairs under former president Goodluck Jonathan, also endorsed the President for a second term.

This online news platform understands that Olubolade was at the presidential villa in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, on Monday, in company with other retired military officers who endorsed the president for another four years in office.

It was learned that those who endorsed Buhari were 13 major generals, eight air vice-marshals, two rear admirals, 12 brigadier-generals, nine air commodores, eight Commodores and 17 former military administrators — all retired.

Naija News gathered that Buba Marwa, a former military administrator of Lagos state and a retired brigadier-general who currently heads the presidential advisory committee on the elimination of drug abuse in the country, led the retired generals to the Presidential villa.

Source: Naija News