Minna - Boko Haram has attacked a village in the north-east, a resident says, as millions of voters line up across the country to elect a president and parliament.
The insurgents stormed the village of Barutai in Borno State in the early hours of Saturday, killing an unspecified number of people, resident Umar Muhammad has revealed.
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"They came in and shot sporadically ... There [are] heavy casualties, but I can't give a number for now," he said.
Nigerian authorities have yet to confirm the attack.
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