Vigilante Kills Over 70 Insurgents in Bazza, Adamawa StateFeatured, Latest News, News From The State Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
Following the invasion of Bazza town in Michika LGA in Adamawa Northern Senatorial District, vigilante groups in the area have stepped up in defence of the of town and have killed over 70 of the insurgents.
The Boko Haram sects who have been causing havoc on some boundary communities between Adamawa and Borno States were said to have run out of ammunitions following heavy bombardment by the military.
African Examiner gathered that normalcy has been restored in the affected areas as the military have taken over the from the insurgents.
A resident of Michika Mr. Vandi who spoke to journalists in Yola on Wednesday said, the insurgents ran shot of ammunitions and they are running out of the town into the bush.
“As I am speaking to you our youths and vigilante ambushed and killed over 70 insurgents because they ran out of ammunitions.
Meanwhile, contrary to media reports that the Emir of Mubi, Alhaji Abubakar Isa Ahmadu (CFR) was moved to safety when Boko Haram insurgents attacked Bazza in Michika LGA, the Mubi Emirate Council said the royal father actually left Mubi for an official meeting in Yola.
The Spokesman of the Emirate Council, John Babani Elias at a press conference in Yola on Wednesday disclosed that the Emir of Mubi is the Amirul Hajj for the 2014 Hajj operation for Adamawa State.
“As the leader of the delegation he had to travel to Yola to meet with members of the delegation to make adequate preparations for the pilgrimage.
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