Abuja - Criminals suspected to be members of Boko Haram killed six people in Kuda village in Adamawa State, Punch reports.
In addition, the suspected militants destroyed 20 houses, with an elderly woman reported to have been burnt to death in her house.
The village is alleged to have been invaded at approximately 9 p.m. last night, with the militants shooting at fleeing villagers soon after their takeover.
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Abubakar Kanuri, the head of Krichinga, confirmed the report and said that the militants entered the village through a section of the Sambisa Forest.
Usman, one of the residents in the area, lamented the attack, saying that he was still recovering from the last attack staged in the area last year.
The military could not be reached for comment on the development.
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