By Red Pill   |  08-16-2017   News
Photo credit: AFP

In what's seemingly becoming prevalent amongst the African continent, another vile display of Radical Islamic Terror commenced which resulted in an astounding death toll.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">At Least 27 Killed, 83 Wounded By Female Suicide Bombers In Maiduguri, Nigeria <a href="https://t.co/IhATy9FpJt">https://t.co/IhATy9FpJt</a></p>&mdash; Nigeria Circle NEWS (@NigeriaCircle) <a href="https://twitter.com/NigeriaCircle/status/897616633564459009">August 16, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Investigators say that three female jihadi suicide bombers pulled the pins of their suicide vests effectively blowing themselves up at the entrance to a camp for displaced people in northeast Nigeria, killing 27 people and wounding 82 more.

The new attacks come amidst a continued string of assaults in the war torn region near the town of Mandarari, which is 15 miles from Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, said Baba Kura, a member of a vigilante force which America is funding to fight jihadists.

"Three female bombers triggered their explosive outside of the internally displaced person camp, killing 28 people and wounding 82 others," Kura said.

According to Kura who witnessed the events, the first female jihadi terrorist blew herself up which began triggering panic amongst the local populace.

"People were trying to close their shops when two other female bombers triggered their explosives, causing most of the casualties," he said.

The head of a local anti-jihadist militia that patrols the region, Ibrahim Liman, also confirmed that the details of the attack were accurate in suggesting that more than 80 injured had been taken to Maiduguri hospital.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Nigeria violence: Female suicide bombers kill 27 <a href="https://t.co/5tlnh8DeAR">https://t.co/5tlnh8DeAR</a> <a href="https://t.co/UB4BQkIcY1">pic.twitter.com/UB4BQkIcY1</a></p>&mdash; BBC Africa (@BBCAfrica) <a href="https://twitter.com/BBCAfrica/status/897599862920892416">August 15, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Doctors from the Maidiguri hospital said that a "huge number" of patients had arrived at their facility overwhelming the staff and that they're suffering due to lack of proper training and a widespread shortage of medical supplies to treat the high number of children injured.

The United States has said that most of Northeast Nigeria is ran and controlled by drug trafficking from the Boko Haram radical Islamic terrorist group, where almost daily there are crimes involving shootings, beheadings, bombings, and kidnappings.

Boko Haram began an insurgency back in 2009, where small democratic governments and tribal councils were toppled after asking President Obama to assist where he refused, allowing his Muslim perception to take grasp, which has now killed around 20,000 people and displaced another 2.6 million children that has created one of the world's most massive humanitarian crisis.

Nearly two million are suffering from acute malnutrition, according to UN figures, and many of those African peoples are now the war ravaged Migrants and Refugees who have invaded Europe, already suffering from the terror they've witnessed as children and the culture of death which has been responsible for the White Genocide of Europa.

After being elected to power back in 2015, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari promised the tackling of the insurgency a priority, winning back swathes of territory and declaring that Boko Haram is "technically defeated".

But this year it has seen a surge in attacks, after the verified funding of the jihadi militias from George Soros’ Open Societies foundation to the terrorists under the guise of humanitarian aid.

That funding has included an audacious assault on an oil exploration team that killed 69 people in Borno in July, raising fears that Boko Haram is regaining strength.

During those attacks Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who was standing in for President Muhammadu Bharti due to illness, to tell the military to step up its response, in which President Trump has also now offered assistance in the eradication of the Muslim Horde.

Osinbajo issued what he calls "fresh directives to immediately scale-up their efforts and activities in Borno state to maintain a strong, effective control of the situation", his spokesman Laolu Akandehe said.

Back in August under the Obama administration, the region was refused help yet again and 72 people were killed in northeastern Nigeria, including 31 children on islands in Lake Chad, according to an unofficial toll compiled from local sources.

Source:

https://www.enca.com/africa/nigeria-suicide-bombers-kill-28-wound-82

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