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43 local farmers were slaughtered by Boko Haram terrorist group today in Maiduguri

by Mustapha Olamide
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Boko Haram slaughtered 43 farmers within the famous Zabarmari rice farm, which is found within the larger Maiduguri area of the Regional Government of Yere Borno, Northeast Nigeria.

The city is predicated on Downstream River Dam ALAU along the Yedzeram River. Dams are built under the Urban Urban Urban water system Project for multi-million dollars.

Zabarmari is additionally located but 20 kilometers from the Operation Counterinsurgens Command Center Lafiya Dole in Maiduguri, the capital .

Handangle learned that the savage incident that occurred on Saturday afternoon caused tension and anxious feeling within the city tonight when the news broke.

Residents insisted that the Governor of State had to ascertain the body of 43 victims, all of whom had a niche of their throat, before they were put to rest.

Zabarmari is understood to be within the field of influence of the Boko Haram parent group. However, the fragment faction, the province of West African Islamic State (ISWAP), had previously administered an attack within the city.

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A further source informed AFP that the victims of most workers from the Sokoto state in Northwest Nigeria, were contracted to reap rice within the fields.

The incident highlights threats and terror faced by farmers, loggers, and other people who are moved trying to foster soil or seek firewood in areas where both factions Boko Haram operates.

On October 14, farmers were killed while working in their field of irrigation in Ngwom Village, 14 kilometers north of Maiduguri.

The victims also suffered from his throat.

Likewise in October, it was reported the murder of eight farmers on their farmland behind Borno State University, Njimtilo, a settlement bordering Maiduguri.

Violence in this region has taken quite 30,000 deaths with quite two million people moved from their homes since 2009.

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