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Suspected terrorists of the Boko Haram sect on Wednesday morning attacked and shot four police officers in Borno.
NewsWireNGR gathered that the terrorists laid an ambush on the officers mobile unit in Dapchi town area of the state.
The officers who died are an inspector and two sergeants.
Peoples Gazette quoted a source as saying, “Sadly, we lost inspector James Inalegwu, inspector Obutu Mathias with two other sergeants, John Taiwo and Ade Seriki.”
“Arrangement is ongoing to evacuate the remains of the deceased to the morgue.”
The attack followed earlier attacks on Tuesday where the jihadist group killed eight soldiers in a military base in Marte and also invaded, Egiri, Zira I and II villages of Biu Local Government Area in Southern Borno Senatorial District, setting ablaze over 140 residential houses, carting away foodstuff and livestock.
Meanwhile, some unidentified terrorists on Wednesday morning abducted students and staff of Government Science Secondary School, Kagara, headquarters of Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State.
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