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Nigerian Airforce accidentally bomb Borno village, kill innocent people

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At least 17 human beings had been stated to have been killed when a fighter jet belonging to the Nigerian Air Force fired a bomb on Sakotoku village in Damboa neighborhood authorities region of Borno state.

Residents informed us that these killed covered women, and adolescents who have been stated to be enjoying underneath mango trees.

The air force, army sources said, was once knowledgeable that Boko Haram insurgents have been gathering round the village on Thursday afternoon.

The supposed target, in accordance to a source, was once an place in Korongilum, a neighbouring village 12 kilometres away the place suspected Boko Haram insurgents had gathered earlier.

“We don’t recognize if they didn’t speak properly with the land troops as the air force jet fired that bomb on the village,” one of the sources said.

“Seventeen humans had been killed, primarily ladies and their youth playing underneath mango trees. Many had been additionally injured and have been taken to the 25 military brigade in Damboa, and these with integral accidents had been taken to Maiduguri.”

Some of the villagers whose homes had been destroyed have located their way to Damboa.

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