The military have so far tallied with local people is 43 dead bodies_Defence spokesperson, Maj. Gen. John Eneche counters UN 110 dead bodies claims.
Nigerian Defense Headquarters’ Director of Information, Maj. Gen. John Eneche has countered the United Nations’ case of 110 individuals being murdered throughout the end of the week in Borno.
LIB announced before that United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon said no less than 110 ranchers were killed in Saturday, November 28 assault on rice cultivation in Zabarmari people group in Borno state.
Responding to this in a meeting on Channels Television today November 30, Eneche expressed that what the military have so far tallied with local people is 43 bodies. He noticed that the military is as yet looking for dead bodies, while additionally conceding that a few people ran into the bramble during the assault.
He added that while there is a chance of the loss of life rising, he is anyway confident that the individuals who ran into the hedge will berestoreed alive.