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Breaking News!! Boko Haram Abducts 91 Again In Borno State

At least 91 persons, were said to have been abducted by Boko Haram men between Thursday and Sunday from the Kumanza,Yaga and Dagu, Damboa and Dagu, Damboa and Askira Uba Local Government Areas of Borno State, local vigilante officials said yesterday night.

Four other villagers were killed while attempting to escape from their abductors, said Aji Khalil, Chairman, Sector 5 of the local vigilante group in Borno State. Continue…

Khalil who spoke on the telephone said: “More than 60 women were among the villagers abducted by Boko Haram terrorists.

“Some suspected Boko Haram members invaded Kumanza, Yaga and Dagu villages and kidnapped 91 persons.

“More than 60 married women and young girls as well as children and young men were forcefully taken away by Boko Haram terrorits. Four villagers, who tried to escape were shot dead on the spot”, Khalil said on telephone yesterday night.

Another source said: ”They went from one village to the other, killed about 30 people and took away many children and women.” He added that hundreds of villagers around the area have now fled to Lassa to take refuge.

The attacks were not immediately known in Maiduguri because of the remoteness of the area. The affected villages are about 100 kilometres away from Maiduguri, Borno State capital.

There was no official confirmation either by the military or police in the state at press time. Also, chairman of Damboa Local Government, Alhaji Alamin Mohammed could not be reached on his mobile phone while the council  secretary, Modu  Mustapha insisted he was not authorized to speak on the matter.

Meanwhile,  four suspected Boko Haram members have been arrested in Lassa few kilometres away to Kummabza, Gurdlagwal, Yafa and Yaza villages attacked weekend, residents said.

The four men were arrested while purchasing large quantities of foodstuffs at Lassa market, yesterday. The quantity of food items being purchased by the men, according to the source aroused the suspicion of traders and people in the market.

“People suspected the four men may be Boko Haram errand men, who came to the market to buy foodstuffs and also spy for the insurgents. “We’ve handed them over to the military for investigation,” a resident said.

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    EXPOSED:Full text of message of Shekau’s to his brothers in Kano

    ‘My brethen,you should hold on to your weapons and continue fighting.

    Let them understand that our work is not confined to yobe,Borno and Adamawa (states).

    Make them understand that we are not restricted by emergency rule.

    They should understand we are under the canopy of Allah.

    This is the begining, we jama’atu Ahlus.

    I swear by Allah’s holy name that i will slaughter you, i will not be happy if i don’t personally put my knife on your necks and slit your throats.

    Brethren wherever you are,rise and take your arms and start killing the vagabond. Kill them, kill them and kill them.

    Killing is my Job.

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    Luis Suarez allegedly bit Giorgio Chiellini during the Group D game between Uruguay and Italy in the FIFA World Cup.

    See HERE If you Missed The Video Of Suarez Biting Giorgio Chiellini.. Continue Reading.

    Luis Suarez could be banned by FIFA for up to 24 matches or two years for apparently biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini, according to the governing body’s disciplinary rules.

    Still, any action could depend on FIFA judging the case using video evidence — which FIFA President Sepp Blatter is on record this year as supporting.

    “Video evidence can contribute greatly to fair play, provided the sport’s disciplinary bodies are prepared to use it — and they should,” Blatter wrote in his column in FIFA’s weekly magazine in February.

    Now, the future of Luis Suarez at the World Cup depends in the first instance on the report of Mexican referee Marco Rodriguez.

    On Tuesday, FIFA said only that it was waiting for Rodriguez’s report before evaluating it. That is a standard procedure following every match at a FIFA competition.

    There is a World Cup precedent for video review.

    In a 1994 quarterfinal, Italy defender Mauro Tassotti’s elbow to the face of Spain’s Luis Enrique escaped the referee’s attention. FIFA later banned Tassotti for eight international matches.

    Rodriguez and his two assistants appear not to have seen — or realized the severity — of Suarez apparently biting Chiellini late in Tuesday’s match.

    Had they done so, or thought so, Suarez would surely have been shown a red card for “serious foul play.”

    The code allows for suspensions to be applied by time or number of international matches

    “Unless otherwise specified, it may not exceed twenty-four matches or twenty-four months,” Article 19 of the FIFA code states.

    The use of video evidence is an intriguing aspect of this case.

    Television and still images have clearly shown Chiellini pulling aside his blue shirt to reveal marks on his left shoulder.

    Proof which can be presented to a FIFA disciplinary hearing includes “audio or video recordings.”

    If the referee’s report to FIFA does not fully deal with an incident, the code appears to allow challenges.

    FIFA would find it hard to resist overwhelming evidence provided by the 34 cameras trained on each World Cup match as part of its high-tech broadcasting operation.

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