We Killed 78 Rice Farmers In Zabarmari – Boko Haram Leader Reveals

Abu Mohammed Abubakar bin Mohammad al-Sheikawi (also known by the alias Darul Akeem wa Zamunda Tawheed, or Darul Tawheed; “the abode of monotheism”; born 1965, 1969 or 1975) is a Kanuri man known as the current leader of , a Nigerian militant group that has declared loyalty to the Islamist militant group.
Abubakar Shekau, leader of the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram, on Tuesday, revealed that the group killed 78 farmers and not 43 ad claimed by Journalists.
Boko Haram attacked the farmers who were harvesting rice at Zabarmari community, in Jere Local Area of State on Saturday during Chairmanship election in the state.
Over 40 deaths were earlier reported and Babagana told journalists that 43 farmers were killed.
However, in the released on Tuesday, where Shekau boasted about the killing, the terrorist leader said they killed “at least 78 farmers”.
MICNAIJ had earlier reported that Shekau claimed responsibility for the killing, accusing the farmers of handing over their members to the Nigerian army.

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