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PHOTOS: Aftermath Of Boko Haram Massacre In Yobe State (WARNING: Graphic Content)

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Yobe State – In the early hours of Tuesday, February 25, Boko Haram militants stormed the Federal Government College in Buni Yadi, Gujba LGA of Yobe State.

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The set the students’ dormitories on fire and slit the throats of those who tried to escape.

“Some of the students bodies were burned to ashes,” said police commissioner Sanusi Rufai, adding 24 staff quarters, including the administrative block of the college and students’ hostel, were razed by the fire.

Meanwhile, death toll from the school massacre by Boko Haram gunmen has risen to 43. According to a senior medical source at the Sani Abacha Specialist Hospital in Damaturu, Yobe State, so far the ambulances have brought 43 bodies to the morgue.

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A section of the school burnt down

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Burnt boys’ hostel

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The attack

Military spokesman in Yobe State Eli Lazarus disclosed that at around 2 a.m., suspected Boko Haram insurgents attacked a students’ hostel at the Federal Government College, a school for students aged 11 to 18 in the town of Buni Yadi.

It was gathered that the assailants arrived in 6 Toyota Hilux pickup trucks and motorcycles.

Adamu Garba, who teaches at a secondary school attached to the college, said the attackers first set ablaze the college administrative block, then moved to the hostels, locking the students in before starting fire. Garba says those who tried to escape out of the windows had their throats slit by the terrorists. Those who remained inside were burnt alive.

The military has already been dispatched to the area.

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Gov. Ibrahim Geidam with Speaker, Yobe House of Assembly, Adamu Dala Dogo

School left unguarded

Yobe State Governor Ibrahim Geidam’s spokesman says soldiers guarding a checkpoint near the school mysteriously withdrew hours before the attack.

The governor visited the deserted remains of Federal Government College at Buni Yadi, a secondary school, and was told the soldiers withdrew Monday.

The latest attack is the fourth recorded on schools in Yobe State. GSS Damaturu, GSS Mamudo and College of Agriculture, Gujba were attacked last year.

Yobe, together with Borno and Adamawa States, has been under emergency rule since May 2013 to help the military to curb the Boko Haram activities.

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Sources: Vanguard, Sahara Reporters, The Nation

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  1. Idoko Innocent

    February 27, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    Boko haram why little children instead of corrupt politicians sorry little kidS may ur gentle Soul rest in peace, I see children Angels intervening for them

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Pasuma Says He Was Not Chased Out Of #EndSARS Protest In Lagos (Video)

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Pasuma Says He Was Not Chased Out Of #EndSARS Protest In Lagos (Video)

Nigerian musician, Wasiu Pasuma Wonder has debunked rumour of being chased out of protest ground in the Alausa area of Lagos state.

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A video that surfaced online yesterday showed the moment the Fuji veteran was booed out of the protest ground as protesters yelled at the top of their voices, Go! Go!!

In a new video posted on his Instagram page, the singer stated that he was never chased away by the protesters. According to him, he was well received by the youths after which he lent his voice in the fight for a better Nigeria.

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Pasuma wonder added that, as a father, he understands the grievances of the #endsars protesters and that he is in total support of the movement.

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Carol Afegbai Admits To Shooting Student in 2013, Daughter reacts by deactivating her Instagram account (Video)

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Carol Afegbai, mother of Nollywood actress, Lilian Afegbai has admitted to shooting a UNIBEN in 2013 as accused amidst the #EndSARS protest.

Following the protest against police brutality and extrajudicial killings in the country, Lilian Afegbai’s mother was dragged across social media platforms for having hands in the death of one Ibrahim Momoh in 2013.

In defense of her mother’s name, the actress took to social media to debunk the claim with proofs stating otherwise of how an officer who committed atrocity is currently serving jail time.

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In a video that surfaced online, the retired CSP Afegbai, however, admitted to shooting the student in the leg late at night after he tried to attack the police team at the checkpoint. According to her, Momoh bled to death after he was taken back to the police station after being shot.

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Nigerian Dad knocks daughter for not joining #EndSARS protest

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Nigerian Dad knocks daughter for not joining #EndSARS protest

A Nigerian lady with Twitter handle @Eniola__F has shared screenshot of the chat between she and her father who lambasted her for not joining the ongoing protest against police brutality across the country.

The lady known as Eniola had taken a photo of herself at home and sent it to her dad via WhatsApp but instead of getting the usual appraisal, he criticized her over misplaced priorities.

She sent the photo which was taken by their car garage and told him to take a look at how beautiful she looks in the picture.

She wrote; “See your beautiful daughter.”

But her father who was unimpressed replied; “When others are doing #endsars.”

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