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Jihadist group, Boko Haram has claimed that it has abducted an unidentified Red Cross worker in Borno State.
HumAngle reports that the staff was abducted on Tuesday at a checkpoint set up by the jihadist group between Kareto and Gubio in Borno State.
The Red Cross is yet to release a statement about the kidnap.
This kidnap comes days after the terror group claimed it carried out the gruesome massacre against farmers in Zabarmari and killed at least 110 people, the United Nations said, raising tolls initially indicating 43.
Since 2009 that Boko Haram began its bloody insurgency, it has displaced about 2.4 million people in Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon.
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