UN coordinator condoles with families of 81 civilians killed by Boko Haram terrorist

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The humanitarian coordinator of United Nation (UN) in Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon, has condole with people of Borno and the families of the peopel recently killed by Boko Haram terrorist in the state.

Mr Kallon in his condolences message this morning 12th of June 2020, over the death of 81 civilians killed by Boko Haram terrorists on Tuesday at Faduma Kolomdi village of Gubio, in Gubio local government area of Borno State, said indeed the attacks is the most deadly attack recorded in the north central of Borno since July 2019.

The statement made available to newsmen in Maiduguri read: ''I am outraged and incensed by incoming reports of violent incidents against civilians carried out by nonstate armed groups in Borno State, in which 81 civilians were ruthlessly killed and many others wounded.”

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