NIGERIA: TERRORIST ATTACK MURDERS ABOUT 110 IN MAIDUGURI
About 110 persons were murdered Saturday 28th of November in Maiduguri, in the North East of Nigeria as they were working in the rice farms. This attack is the deadliest carried out this year. Nobody has come out clear to claim responsibility for the massacre. But Boko Haram is highly suspected since they have been responsible for this kind of actions in that area in the past.
Thousands of people were gathered in the area less than 10 km away from Maiduguri to mourn and pay a last respect to their love ones in a very sad atmosphere. This area is said to be under regular attacks from the jihadist. That Saturday coincided with the local elections in the area, the first since the beginning of the Muslim extremist movement in 2009. It is important to note that this elections have postponed many times because of the Boko Haram hostility backed by their associate group Dahesh in West Africa.
About two million people have run away from their homeland to take refuge in camps secured by the military as a consequence to these attacks, but on the other hand, the Nigerian government is pressurizing the people to go back to Borno, their state of origin. Saying that there is no money anymore to finance their feeding. But the united nation thinks that permitting these people to work in security in their farms will be the priority.