Disclaimer: Boko Haram Kills 10 Of The Abducted Girls Of Chibok SchoolFeatured, Latest News, Uncategorized Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
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Below is the fabricated story in case you missed it
On Sunday, making it 20 days when over 200 girls of Chibok Secondary school in Borno state Nigeria were abducted by the muslim extremist protesters known as the Boko Haram in English language meaning “western education is a sin“.
In the evening of Sunday may 4,2014, 10 dead bodies identified to be victims of the adducted girls were found lying on a lonely part of the road of Wala Village in Gwoza Local Government Area, some 130 km southwest of Maiduguri, the Borno capital. A close town to the Gwoza Mountains where the sect group presently camps.
It was gathered that 7 of the dead victims are between the ages of 15 and 17 years, of which 8 of them were virgins.Bodies of the dead victims has been identified by families and taken for funeral rites.
MAY THEIR SOULS REST IN PEACE…AMEN. PICTURES OF THE 10 DEAD VICTIMS.
See attachment for more details and pictures from the Press
Sunday, May 04, 2014
A Special Project with the New America Foundation and the Project on Middle East Political Science
THE SECT GROUP URGES THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA TO COMPLY BY THEIR REQUEST OR 10 GIRLS WILL BE KILLED EVERY 20 DAYS.
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