Jihadist terror group Boko Haram have killed five Aid workers in north east Nigeria.
According to Nigerian newspaper Premium Times, the terrorists posted a 35 second video the killings, in which a voice can be heard asking the ‘infidels’
to ‘repent and return to god’. This is followed by one of the five pictured masked men shooting a blindfolded hostage.
The victims were from a number of charity organisations, including Action Against Hunger and the International Rescue Committee.
Nigeria has been gripped by the terror of Boko Haram for over a decade, who are aligned with the Islamic State (Isis). In June they butchered 81 villagers in an attack in Borno state.
President Muhammadu Buhari is quoted by the BBC are vowing to ‘wipe out the remaining vestiges’ of the group in response to this recent atrocity.
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