Just less than 24 hours after the much-publicized ceasefire deal reached by the Federal Government and the Boko Haram sect, the terrorist group has attack two communities in Borno State, a security says.
The Nigeria government had announced on Friday that the Boko Haram set and the military had agreed to a ceasefire.
A member of the local vigilance group, Adam Kolo, told Punch, said the boko haram sect had shown that there was no ceasefire with the latest attack.
He also started that the insurgents killed the father of the former Speaker of Borno state House Of Assembly, Goni Ali-Modu
Another indigene of the attacked communities, Masta Ibrahim, said in Maiduguri that:
“My parents are there and my brother called from Monguno to inform me early this morning but we couldn’t get across to our aged parents.”