Members suspected to be of Boko Haram on Monday night, November 6, attacked Bakin Dutse village as they advanced to Gulak administrative headquarters of Madagali local government area of Adamawa state. According to Premium Times, the attack was confirmed by government officials and security sources.
Residents who were fleeing the area said the attack started at about 7:35 p.m as the insurgents stormed the village and opened fire on residents. The casualty from the attack cannot be ascertained yet. The Adamawa State governor confirmed the attack in a brief telephone interview, said: “More soldiers have been swiftly deployed to Gulak and other areas to repel the attack. So I am calling on the fleeing residents to remain calm and be prayerful. “Security operatives are on the top of the situation.”
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