Joint terrorist attack kills score in Nigeria on suspicion of stranded authorities

According to Aya Bitras, who barely escaped the death of a Muslim terrorist, the shooters came after the darkness and were exonerated for hours to kill the inhabitants.

“They entered our village after darkly yelling’Alahu Akbar’. [Allah is great].. I heard and saw more than 200 Fula people with guns and machetes, “he told The Epoch Times. “They spoke Fula and Hausa,” Bitras said. “My friend was killed, he couldn’t escape, he couldn’t run, he was crippled. I can’t say how he escaped. He saved my life. Was a god, “said Bitras.

Witnesses say armed terrorists in the plateaus of Nigeria killed 45 unprotected peasants, burned more than 12 villages, and expelled 27,000, despite military and police waiting. I told the time report.

“The attack took place for several hours without the intervention of a man from Operation Joss Safehaven and reduced it,” said the National Public Relations Secretary of the Irigwe Development Association at a press conference after the night attack on the west side of the town of Miango. One Marison Davidson said. , 12 miles west of Joss.

According to Marison, armed murderers armed with AK 47 rifles, with a strength of 500, stayed for hours from 7 pm to midnight on the evening of July 31st. According to witnesses arriving on mobile phones, terrorists from the same group are likely to have re-attacked a series of villages 25 miles west of Joss early Monday morning.

“We call on the authorities to stop showing this terrorist act in the state of Irigwe. I would like to reiterate that this is nothing more than a genocide against the people of Irigwe,” said Davidson. Said.

Davidson confirmed that assailants in a village near Miango killed seven people, injured nine, burned 275 homes, and lost 7,000 homes. According to survivors, a chase attack on nine villages in the neighboring area of ​​Kwall lasted six hours, killing another 38 people. On Monday afternoon, the center of the Kwal district was filled with 20,000 horrified refugees, mainly women and children. The first unconfirmed report from Kwall shows that a Nigerian soldier was killed there on Monday.

“They were pursuing my life because I’m no longer a Muslim,” said Rev. Adam Musa, a convert from Islam whose arms, hands, and hips were injured by bullets. “I forgive them, but I want them to accept Christ,” Musa said in a hospital bed at Enos Hospital in Miango. “Christians should unite and protect themselves, but pray more for each other. I am happy to be alive to preach the gospel of Jesus,” he said.

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Rev. Adam Musa was shot during a terrorist attack in Jebmiango, a plateau in Nigeria. (Lawrence Zongo)

Detailed warnings of the attack were widely shared two days ago. “Information now shows various places where Fula militias are gathering for large-scale attacks on the plateau, especially Miango, Kwall, Fobble and neighboring villages. They have been mobilized from neighboring states. According to a warning sent to the Freedom of Religion in Virginia, which operates an orphanage in Miango, some are camping in bushes in the Rhea, Damakaswa, Fadanchai, and Zagun areas.

Responses from human rights experts in Washington and Nigeria were swift.

“These Fula jihadist attacks are typical examples of both displacement and genocide,” wrote Gregory Stanton, founder and president of genocide watches. “The Fula people occupy a large area of ​​Nigeria, making the area a Fula people,” he told The Epoch Times. “It’s a displacement. The genocide intentionally targets a significant portion of other ethnic and religious groups. That’s the genocide.

“The fact that these attacks occurred over two days after an explicit warning to the Nigerian Army’s Third Division and was within three miles of Jos’s large army base was reported by the Nigerian government and the Nigerian Army. It is proof that you are involved in this Fulani Hard.

“During that time, the US Embassy in Nigeria has neither protested nor commented. US Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard regularly drinks tea with Fula leaders. Leonard is completely about this genocide. Denied. Mary Beth Leonard is Nigeria’s April Graspy, “Stanton said. (Ambassador Graspy fired after telling Iraqi authorities that the United States would not intervene if Saddam Hussein sent Iraqi troops to Kuwait.)

“I am deeply saddened by the murders and atrocities that have taken place on the land of Miango in the last two weeks,” said Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, a former vice president of the Central Bank of Nigeria.

“There are rhymes and patterns in atrocities. They aim to kill, hurt, and demoralize. They aim to drive indigenous people out of their ancestral hometowns and take over and dispose of their ancestral lands. “I am aiming for this,” Myraffia wrote in an email in The Epoch Times.

“The federal silence on this crisis is so noisy that it’s becoming deafening. Silence can mean only one thing-approval and acquiescence to evil,” he said. I am writing.

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Refugees from Jeb Miango, a plateau in Nigeria, on the morning of August 1, 2021. (Lawrence Zongo / The Epoch Times)

At around 9:45 am, Plateaux Police Commissioner Edward Egubka arrived in the community with more than 50 police officers in 11 vans. His men were taking pictures of the burnt houses, but he couldn’t tell how many were actually killed and burnt. TVC News Report..

“The reports from the Nigerian and Nigerian troops are false and fake,” said a minister in the Miango district who did not reveal his name for fear of retaliation. “The military has been compromising for a long time [time].. Despite the presence of mobile police officers, seven people were killed and homes, including my relatives’ homes, were burned, “he said. “The federal government needs to dismiss Maj. Gen. IS Ali, commander of the Nigerian Army’s Third Armored Division and commander of Operation Safe Haven.”

Commissioner Egubuka did not answer the phone call and text message from The Epoch Times.

However, a police spokeswoman said Monday that police were aware of the situation. According to media reports, “Ubah Ogaba, a spokesman for the Plateau Command (PPRO), confirmed the case to the press, after which the Command staffed the area to ensure law and order. Said that it was placed. “

“Police are aware of the situation. More personnel have been stationed in the area. Investigations are underway to book perpetrators,” he said.