They tied My Legs and I Saw How Boko Haram Slaughtered People Like Animals – Man Who Escape From Being Killed by Boko Haram Narrated
44 year old Muhammad Sani was one of the survivors of Saturday’s Boko Haram attack, where over 30 rice farmers were killed. He has revealed that it was the first time he watched a person being slaughtered and that he now find it hard to sleep at night. Mohammed isn’t a farmer rather he is a fisherman who went to fish at koshebe with his friend. He said: “Apart from the ram and chicken, I had never witnessed any other slaughter until Saturday.”
What really happened during Mohammed’s encounter with Boko Haram
Mohammed revealed that they already caught a lot of fishes and were on their way to koshebe town, when they saw men with guns in front of them. He said: “They asked us from where we were coming from, we said we are fisherman and we are going to koshebe, they then asked us if we had pots and we said no. So they said we should lead them to get some. They collected all our fishes and took us to a big room where we met many other people. We were over 50 in number and I recognized many of the farmers from Zabarmari town.”
Mohammed Sani further said: “They told us that the reason they packed us was because some of us were giving the Nigerian army information about their whereabouts and so we must pay.”
Mohammed revealed that their hands and legs were tied up and next, they started carrying people out one by one for slaughter. He said: “So for the rest, they started carrying them outside for slaughter but this particular man argued with them and they got angry, so they slaughtered him in front of everybody, I still see how it happened.”
How Did Mohammed escape??
Mohammed revealed that Boko Haram released some of them so that they could go and explain what happened to their town people. He said: “As we were remaining 13 inside the room, their oga came to say that they won’t kill us, that we should go and explain what happened and that if we like we should go and tell the Nigerian army where they are, that they are waiting for them “
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