Abuja, June 04 (QNA) – Boko Haram militants have killed dozens of people in fresh attacks on villages in Borno state in northern Nigeria.
A local member of parliament confirmed the attacks and said that at least five other villages had been targeted.
The Nigerian military has also denied reports that some of its men had been charged with helping the militants, according to the (BBC).
Residents in the village of Attagara, close to the Cameroonian border, said that armed men ordered them into a church compound.
They said they were led to believe the men were from the Nigerian military. Eyewitnesses said the men then opened fire on the crowd. (QNA)
QNA 0602 GMT 2014/06/04