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Boko Haram kill 30 traders in Borno

Not fewer than 30 innocent traders have been reportedly killed by bomb explosions at a local market in Borno state, local vigilante sources disclosed.
A resident of Askira Uba who escaped from the market during the attack narrated that a suicide bomber suspected to be Boko haram terrorist disguised as a wheelbarrow pusher at the peak of Linmakara weekly village market in Gwoza local government area of Borno state on Friday afternoon where he detonated explosives at the centre of the market killing not fewer than 30 traders with several others left with critical injuries.
A local vigilante disclosed that, ‎” a middle age man who disguised to be pushing kuus-kuus(local wheelbarrow) detonated it at the center of the market at noon when people were busy engaged in buying and selling.
“More than 30 traders were dead and several others injured‎ at Limakara village on Friday,” he informed.
He also disclosed it was difficult connecting with the people from the area due to network problem.
‎Limakara is a remote village in southern part of Borno state and 65 kilometers to Askira-Uba.
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