Boko Haram militants kill 15 near Chibok

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Boko Haram militants shot dead at least 15 people in Kautikari, a farming community near Chibok, in Borno State, Tuesday, security sources said.

The attack came after some militants died in another community Biu, after their bomb exploded mistakenly.

But in a fate twist, just as the residents of Biu were celebrating what most of them tagged as divine firewall against the terrorists, the people of Kautikari witnessed a deadly attack by another group of terrorists who shot about 15 persons, injured several others and burnt at least 25 houses, a local vigilante official said.

Kautikari a boundary with Chibok, the community were over 200 school girls were kidnapped in April 2014.

The village also suffered a deadly attack by Boko Haram terrorists on June 29, 2014, when terrorists crept on Christian worshippers during church services and killed at least 30 people, injured several others and burnt down dozen of churches there.

Muhammed Gava, an official of the Vigilante Group of Nigeria in Maiduguri, confirmed to reporters in Maiduguri that Kautikari village was attacked.

He said “15 persons in the village were killed while many got displaced as a result of the attack. 25 houses were also torched according to the reports we received from our Vigilante colleagues”.

The bomb explosion in Biu killed nine Boko Haram members.

Seemingly frustrated at this, the terrorists vented their anger on a nearby isolated village and killed 15 residents, security sources and witnesses have said.

A top security official in Borno State, who would rather remain anonymous because he was not authorized to speak to the press, told PREMIUM TIMES that a major attack on Biu town, 185km south of Maiduguri, was naturally averted when an enemy bomb accidentally exploded.

He said the bomb, besides killing nine terrorists, injured several others.

“We’ve gotten the information that while our soldiers in Biu were on alert waiting to tackle the Boko Haram insurgents planning to attack Biu, a deadly IED they were bringing for the attack on Monday evening suddenly detonated and killed nine of them and injured several others who scampered into the bushes and abandoned the evil mission,” said the source.

The officer said the mangled bodies of the Boko Haram insurgents killed by their own bomb were found in the bush near Biu.


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  • Wise Head

    The North should STOP killing innocent people, it won’t get them the presidency. Perpetrating barbaric killings thinking it will rubbish GEJ and then get them the votes is not going to work. It will NOT work. Indeed, Imam Buhari will lose all the Christian votes in the North because of all these killings. The Chibok killings (a Christian community) will be counter-productive to the Northern Muslim-sharia grab-leadership agenda, so, it is time they asked BH to end the savage slaughter. Stop killing innocent people as that won’t get you any vote. Roll up your sleeves and go and campaign. That might work better for you.

    • Man_Enough

      even if it is buhari that is carrying the arms, let jonathan be man enough to defend the country as he swore to do. he has all the resources. no excuse!

      • growthengine

        Do not reward evil


    Mullah Buhari and his APC shoul restrain their military wing…..too many innocent lives are getting wasted just because they want Aso rock keys !!

  • sharp shape

    Has any Bokohari supporter ever wondered why the so-called cowards boko haram always like to attack chibok ? any way I leave that alone for now ! for those who always ask about the presidents achievements I leave you with a few please intelligent and factual rebuttal only

    Since taking office, President Goodluck Jonathan has implemented substantial and wide ranging efforts to improve Nigeria’s infrastructure after years of neglect by previous administrations.

    The President’s efforts have aimed at delivering tangible improvements for Nigerians across the country through road works, power sector reform, and improvements in water provision, amongst other areas.

    By introducing SURE-P (The Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme) President Jonathan has been able to generate unprecedented funding for vital infrastructure projects across all the geopolitical zones of Nigeria.



    Released the Roadmap for Power Sector Reform laid out a strategy for expanding capacity, improving service delivery, and removing obstacles to private sector investment.

    Instituted the Presidential Action Committee on Power (PACP) and the Presidential Task Force on Power (PTFP) to drive the implementation of reforms in the power sector.

    Privatized the power sector, unbundling PHCN into 11 distribution companies (DISCO’S) and 6 generation companies (GENCO’S) and a single transmission company (TCN), and positioning the sector to respond adequately to growing power demands. The sale of PHCN’s assets was the largest and most transparent privatization transaction in Nigeria to date. compare to el rufai and athifku sale of our commonwealth

    Secured $3 billion for investment in transmission capacity expansion through 2018. first time in our history ! this is foreign money and we all know they will never pour their investment into a process that is not transparent !

    Improved stability in electricity generation and distribution. Power generation increased from 3,514MW in 2011 to 4,500MW.

    Verifiable through independent Global power monitors


    Some 2,000 kilometers of road were built or rehabilitated by the end of 2013 – the highest in a single year by any government. since the creation of this British fraud

    Increased good and safe motorable length of Federal Roads from about 52% (17,742km) to nearly 85% (28,320km).

    Deployed 38 state-of-the-art Bergkamp FP5 Mobile Pothole patchers for year-round road repairs.

    Introduced the SURE P Public Works Programme, which trained and hired more than 6,000 Nigerian youths to maintain and improve the country’s road system.

    Installed street lighting along usually dark urban stretches of Federal highways and major bridges across the country.

    Commenced construction of the 2nd Niger Bridge, which is funded through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement.

    Launched the rehabilitation of the 127.6km Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

    Enabled the ongoing rehabilitation of the Oturkpo-Oweto Road in Benue State, Otukpa-Anyangba-Ajaokuta-Okene Road in Kogi, Ningi-Yadagumgume-Fuskar Mata Road in Bauchi, Wukari-Takum Road in Taraba and Benin-Shagamu Expressway in Edo State. if in doubt take a drive and compare to the OBJ days


    The Jonathan administration has revitalized the 12 River Basin Development Authorities (RBDAs) nationwide. they were completely comatose for 2 decades !

    Completed the Greater Makurdi Water Supply Scheme to supply 50 litres of water per day to nearly one million people in Makurdi.

    Brought the massive Galma Dam water supply project to 85% completion. This project will supply 186 million cubic metres for potable water to residents in 23 towns in Kaduna State. project started in shagari regime almost ready for completion

    Brought the Kashimbilla Multipurpose a Buffer Dam Project 65% completion. This project will supply 60 million gallons of treated water per day to citizens in Taraba State. another project started during the military misrule has crossed the 60 percent bench mark from the sign post ground breaking ceremony initiated by IBB

    Completed the Mangu Water Supply project, which supplies more than 2.5 million gallons of clean water per day to the residents of Gindiri and Mangu township in Plateau State don’t take my word for it ask those who live in these areas

    Completed the Northern Ishan Water Supply project, which provides 2.5 million gallons of clean water per day to the communities of Uromi, Ubaiaja, Ugengu, Ugboha and Iguben in Edo State. Another milestone achievement after more than 36 years completed

    Brought to 35 percent complettion the Central Ogbia Regional Water Supply project, which will provide potable water and sanitation to 16 communities in Uteke, Bayelsa State.


    Produced a 25 Year Strategic Vision for Nigerian Railways.

    Rehabilitated the Western Railway Corridor: Lagos-Ibadan-Ilorin-Jebba-Minna-Kaduna-Zaria-Kano, with a branch line from Zaria-Kaura Namoda.

    Rehabilitated the Eastern Railyway Corridor: Port Harcourt-Aba-Umuahia-Enugu-Makurdi-Lafia-Kuru-Bauchi-Gombe-Maiduguri, with branch lines from Kafanchan-Kaduna and Kuru-Jos.

    Modernized the Abuja (Idu)-Kaduna Standard Gauge rail line.

    Rehabilitated and constructed the Itakpe-Ajaokuta-Warri Standard Gauge rail line.

    Rehabilitated the Apapa Port railway network.

    Procured 29 new locomotives and 20 new tank wagons.

    Refurbished 240 coaches and wagons.